Read the following scenarios… Beware. Some are, well, weird… A A Woman is cleaning out her closet, and she finds her old American flag. C A brother and sister like to kiss each other on the mouth.
What up, the move is on to Marrathon Tx to set up my final studio and super fort!. Chicken Dead chicken and the net, this site is to difficult to up load i am still paying for it to run but its old so The Folk Dual conclusion in extended entrys if you want to keep track of my work instagram is the best way find ita nd ebay posting will go on the the 13th art sale utube is being postponed untill i get new material and can settling into my main studio compound in tMarathon tx thats whats really is going on building a master studio so i can really open up the gates! Headed back out there next March but untill the mean time its the 13th folk deal the last couple next year double 13, hummm.
In this article I look at the evidence about Sudden Chicken Death Syndrome: what it is, why it happens and whether there's anything we can do about it. If you've lost a chicken in what seems to be a strange, unexplained way, this information might help you come to terms with your loss a little more easily. It's not that unusual, is it?
I was casually scrolling through Facebook one evening, when I came across the featured picture in this blog post. The original Facebook post had been shared by one of my friends and it caught my curiosity. Previous posts had not garnered much attention — but this particular post was starting to go viral and would soon get attention from all over the internet, including LadBible.
Top definition. Keep fucking that chicken unknown. Keep up the good work.
Have you ever had a chicken who seemed fit and healthy one minute, and the next minute just died, for no apparent reason? If you have, you'll be interested in this story. It's about one of my hens, Sophia, and how her unexplained death taught me about a little-known phenomenon in the chicken world: Sudden Chicken Death Syndrome.
All rights reserved. Is sex worth dying for? For a few male marsupial species, it is—when they know their offspring will survive, a new study says. While extremely rare among mammalsso-called semelparity, or suicidal reproduction, is common in nature.
In the egg industry, the sex of day-old chicks is determined at the hatchery. Sexing chicks determining whether they are a hen or a rooster requires considerable skill and is done at this very early stage to determine their fate. If strong and healthy, the female chicks remain in the hatchery, they are grown to a suitable size and then transferred to a laying facility — which could be a caged, free-range or barn set up.