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Jack Y
Jack Y5 days ago

thanks

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Jack Y
Jack Y5 days ago

thanks

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John J
John J5 days ago

thanks for sharing

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John J
John J5 days ago

thanks for sharing

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Marie W
Marie W2 months ago

thanks for sharing

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Fredrik L
Fredrik L8 months ago

Looks like nice hens

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Fredrik L
Fredrik L8 months ago

Looks like nice hens

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Fredrik L
Fredrik L8 months ago

Nice

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Fredrik L
Fredrik L8 months ago

Nice to see

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Nicole Heindryckx
Nicole Heindryckx8 months ago

This is 1 tiny drop on a hot steel plate. 52 chickens saved from their "free range" farms. I wonder why there were only so little. These farms have many hundreds, even thousand chickens.
Anyway, one can see they had not been kept in tiny steel cages, stacked 6 high or more... as before, and some of them still are. We got rooster baby chickens from our next door farmer, long time ago (abt35/40 years ago). Apparently, separation between baby roosters & hens was not accurate and the chicken owners sent an Inspector to control them all again after about 2/3 weeks. There were up to 25/30 roosters out of the 300 he kept. When these little ones were put in our garden (we took max 7 or 8) they hardly could stand on their feet. They looked around for at least 30 to 45 mins. before there was one bold enough to take one simple step. And it took hours and hours before they started walking around. In the eve, we had to gently lead them inside, as they had no idea what the other animals (ducks etc..) were doing. It was a miserable sight to see them standing and staring there and it took them about a week before they understood they cld go out in the morning, and enter the shed in the evening.
For all vegans amongst you, I admit the roosters were killed after one year for our own consumption, but at least those had had ONE WHOLE YEAR of open air, a big part of the garden to live in, lots of sand to dust their feathers and very many things to e

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