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  • Wyoming Researcher Helps Discover Giant Prehistoric 170-Pound Chicken From Hell

    04/01/2024 7:11:23 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 64 replies
    Cowboy State Daily ^ | March 31, 2024 | Andrew Rossi
    Jade Simon, a professor at Laramie County Community College, was a critical part of a paleontologist team that discovered a new species of meat-eating dinosaur that’s best described as a giant 170-pound chicken from hell. A new prehistoric avian dinosaur, similar to this one, has been discovered. A Wyoming paleontologist helped verify it. (Cowboy State Daily Illustration) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ When paleontologists found a drumstick from what can best be described as a 68-million-year-old chicken from hell, they needed expert on prehistoric hell chickens to confirm it as a new species. And they found her in Wyoming at Laramie County Community College....
  • Earliest evidence of loss of seasonal egg laying in chickens

    04/07/2024 6:47:55 PM PDT · by SunkenCiv · 8 replies
    Cosmos magazine ^ | April 2, 2024 | Imma Perfetto
    "This is the earliest evidence for the loss of seasonal egg laying yet identified in the archaeological record," says Dr Robert Spengler, leader of the Domestication and Anthropogenic Evolution research group at the Max Planck Institute of Geoanthropology, Germany, and principal investigator on the study."This is an important clue for better understanding the mutualistic relationships between humans and animals that resulted in domestication."The research team collected tens of thousands of eggshell fragments from archaeological sites along the main Central Asian corridor of the Silk Road. Using a method of biomolecular analysis known as ZooMS (Zooarchaeology by mass spectrometry) they were...
  • Nolte: Three Kentucky Fried Chickens Flee Democrat-Run Chicago

    02/22/2024 12:05:44 PM PST · by ChicagoConservative27 · 47 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 02/22/2024 | JOHN NOLTE
    Three Kentucky Fried Chickens (KFC) “abruptly shut off” the lights and fled Chicago’s South Side this week, reports Fox 32. One utterly useless alderman is all kinds of butthurt. “A closed business is not only a sore eye, but it’s a gateway for violence because when you see abandonment, it looks as if there is no love, no hope in the community,” Ald. William Hall of the 6th Ward told local news. Alderman Useless added, “It’s something we’re seeing across the city, but nevertheless, [in] neighborhoods, it hits differently.” He continued, “Any job lost is a life lost, in my...
  • Look Who's Clucking! Canadian Researchers Are Using Cutting-edge Tech to Decode Chicken Chatter

    02/08/2024 10:53:45 AM PST · by Red Badger · 27 replies
    The Debrief ^ | FEBRUARY 8, 2024 | CHRISTOPHER PLAIN
    Like a real-world Dr. Doolittle, researchers from Dalhousie University say they are using cutting-edge technology to decode the complexities of chicken communication. The potentially breakthrough method, which employs AI to detect patterns in massive amounts of data, appears poised to offer previously unavailable insights into the everyday lives and challenges of these flightless fowl and may even lead to methods to communicate with a wide range of non-human animals. “Chickens are quite the communicators — their clucks, squawks, and purrs are not just random sounds but a complex language system,” the Dalhousie University researchers behind the novel endeavor explain in...
  • Teacher lived with over 300 cats, chickens and ducks in mobile home, Florida sheriff says

    12/27/2023 8:54:29 AM PST · by Red Badger · 16 replies
    Miami Herald ^ | DECEMBER 22, 2023 4:42 PM | BY MAKIYA SEMINERA
    One of the first things workers at a Florida animal shelter noticed when a woman came in with her cats for spay and neutering — aside from the fact there were 22 of them — was the “overwhelming” smell of urine, one of the employees said. The cats weren’t in the best condition. They had fleas, missing fur, green discharge coming from their eyes and noses and “lots of wounds from fighting,” SPCA Florida’s public media director Randa Richter said in a Dec. 22 news conference held by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. SNIP But the shelter became even more...
  • New Research Sheds Light on Eggs’ Surprising Health Benefits

    12/12/2023 12:15:49 PM PST · by Red Badger · 37 replies
    Scitech Daily ^ | DECEMBER 12, 2023 | By UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
    A new study on egg consumption in healthy young adults finds that whole eggs increase beneficial nutrients without negatively impacting heart disease or diabetes markers. The research also highlights gender-specific dietary responses and sets the stage for future studies on personalized nutrition. New research broadens the understanding of the nutritional impact of egg consumption in young, healthy adults. Are eggs good for you? Scientists have been studying this divisive question for years. Some have found that egg intake increases LDL, or “bad” cholesterol, and inflammatory markers associated with heart disease and diabetes, while others have highlighted the benefits of egg...
  • NATIONAL DEVILED EGG DAY - November 2

    11/02/2023 6:06:13 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 45 replies
    National Day Calendar ^ | November 2, 2023 | Staff
    NATIONAL DEVILED EGG DAY | NOVEMBER 2 National Deviled Egg Day features a favorite hors-d'oeuvre or side dish for parties, holidays, family reunions and potluck dinners. Deviled eggs shine as the star of the show each year on November 2nd. #DeviledEggDay This well-loved food wows guests during the holidays. Designers have even created specially designed carrying dishes and plates just so you can deliver your deviled eggs safely and in style. The deli section of the grocery store prepares packaged deviled eggs. They can even be found in some convenience stores, too. Other names for this devilish dish include eggs...
  • Does chicken soup really help when you’re sick? A nutrition specialist explains what’s behind the beloved comfort food

    10/25/2023 6:57:01 AM PDT · by Red Badger · 44 replies
    The Conversation ^ | Published: October 20, 2023 8.24am EDT
    Preparing a bowl of chicken soup for a loved one when they’re sick has been a common practice throughout the world for centuries. Today, generations from virtually every culture swear to the benefits of chicken soup. In the U.S., the dish is typically made with noodles, but different cultures prepare the soothing remedy their own way. Chicken soup as a therapy can be traced back to 60 A.D. and Pedanius Dioscorides, an army surgeon who served under the Roman emperor Nero, and whose five-volume medical encyclopedia was consulted by early healers for more than a millennium. But the origins of...
  • Ugly Brawl Between 2 Bunnies Swiftly Broken Up By The Chicken Police

    10/18/2023 6:01:41 AM PDT · by allen592 · 29 replies
    The Pet Zealot ^ | October 18, 2023 | James Alain L.
    In a heartwarming display of interspecies cooperation, a recent video shared by Nature is Amazing on Twitter captured a surprising scene. Two bunnies were engaged in a vicious brawl when two unexpected heroes intervened: the chicken police. The video shows the chickens swiftly stepping in between the warring bunnies, effectively breaking up the fight and ensuring peace in their animal kingdom.
  • GOP measures would undo protections for endangered lesser prairie chicken, northern bat

    07/28/2023 4:37:02 AM PDT · by Oldeconomybuyer · 12 replies
    The Associated Press ^ | July 27, 2023 | BY MATTHEW DALY
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress has approved two measures to undo federal protections for the lesser prairie chicken and northern long-eared bat — two endangered animals that have seen their populations plummet over the years. In separate votes Thursday, the House gave final legislative approval to rescind protections for the lesser prairie chicken — a rare prairie bird once thought to number in the millions, but now hover around 30,000, officials said — and the long-eared bat, one of 12 bat types decimated by a fungal disease called white-nose syndrome. Arizona Rep. Raul Grijalva, the top Democrat on the natural resources...
  • [Catholic Caucus] Parisian traditionalists gather to question Cardinal Roche; Roche cancels, and then French bishops try to escape through the back door

    05/12/2023 7:16:03 PM PDT · by ebb tide · 4 replies
    Rorate Caeli ^ | May 12, 2023 | Peter Kwasniewski
    [Catholic Caucus] Parisian traditionalists gather to question Cardinal Roche; Roche cancels, and then French bishops try to escape through the back doorAt “L’homme nouveau”, Maitena Urbistondoy writes about the rather exciting goings-on in Paris on May 11, 2023. Translated for Rorate.—PAKThis Thursday, May 11, the Extraordinary National Days of the National Service for Liturgical and Sacramental Pastoral Care (SNPLS) come to a close in Paris. Cardinal Arthur Roche, Prefect of the Dicastery for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, accompanied by Archbishop Guy de Kérimel of Toulouse, was to preside over the two days of conferences intended for...
  • Trump arraignment may be done virtually to avoid 'tremendous' danger of making arrest

    03/20/2023 11:12:11 AM PDT · by janetjanet998 · 99 replies
    New York City authorities have no specific timing in mind for a potential indictment and arraignment of former President Trump, but many are now concerned that arresting Trump is likely to be dangerous, a source told Fox News Digital.
  • White House weighs mass poultry vaccination amid bird flu outbreak

    03/11/2023 3:33:25 AM PST · by Jan_Sobieski · 58 replies
    The Hill ^ | 03/06/2023 | Brett Samuels
    The Biden administration is considering the use of vaccines in poultry as one option to address a bird flu epidemic that has killed millions of chickens and contributed to high egg prices.“There are a range of options the United States regularly considers when there is any outbreak that could affect the security and safety of the United States’ food supply,” a White House National Security Council spokesperson said in a statement on Monday. “Right now, we are focused on promoting and enhancing high-impact biosafety practices and procedures.”Those safety procedures include efforts to prevent transmission of the bird flu through enhanced...
  • 20-year-old Michigan Hen Verified As World's Oldest Living Chicken

    03/03/2023 5:16:27 AM PST · by allen592 · 18 replies
    The Pet Zealot ^ | March 02, 2023 | James Alain L.
    A hen from Michigan, United States, has been crowned the world’s oldest living chicken at an impressive age of 20 years 304 days as of March 1st, 2023. The elderly hen named Peanut was raised from birth by Marsi Darwin, a retired librarian, according to Guinness World Records.
  • Ohio train derailment aftermath: My four-year-old is sick, our chickens are dead

    02/25/2023 1:56:42 PM PST · by conservative98 · 38 replies
    Fox News ^ | 2.25.23
    Ohio resident Mandy Breshears says her four-year-old son has had health issues since the train derailment in East Palestine and says Biden let them down.
  • Irish man killed by chicken in vicious barnyard attack

    02/16/2023 3:38:04 PM PST · by Eleutheria5 · 53 replies
    NY Post ^ | 15/2/23 | Yaron Steinbuch
    An Irish man was found dead lying in a pool of blood after he was mauled by a vicious chicken, according to reports. Jasper Kraus, of Killahornia, was killed by a brutal Brahma chicken in April 28, 2022, according to a recent inquest in Ballaghaderreen, the Irish Examiner reported. Kraus’ daughter Virginia Guinan said in a deposition that he was asleep when she dropped by that day and she didn’t want to wake him because he was in ill health and also upset that his dog had died. Alerted about the bloodbath later, Guinan rushed back to his home, where...
  • Weekly Garden Thread - February 11-17, 2023 [All Things Chicken-Related Edition]

    02/11/2023 6:36:18 AM PST · by Diana in Wisconsin · 96 replies
    February 11, 2023 | Diana in WI/Greeneyes in Memoriam
    The Weekly Gardening Thread is a weekly gathering of folks that love soil, seeds and plants of all kinds. From complete newbies that are looking to start that first potted plant, to gardeners with some acreage, to Master Gardener level and beyond, we would love to hear from you. If you have specific question about a plant/problem you are having, please remember to state the Growing Zone where you are located. This thread is a non-political respite. No matter what, you won’t be flamed, and the only dumb question is the one that isn’t asked. It is impossible to hijack...
  • New Zealand’s Largest Egg Producer Goes Up in Flame Killing 50,000 Hens Amid Nationwide Shortage (VIDEO)

    02/07/2023 10:16:51 AM PST · by bitt · 77 replies
    gateway pundit ^ | 2/7/2023 | jim hoft
    Fears are growing that New Zealand’s already severe egg shortage could get much worse after a major fire devastated the country’s largest egg farm, killing more than 50,000 hens. John McKay, CEO of Zeagold Nutrition, has confirmed that a fire broke out at the company’s Waikato egg farm on Monday morning. “A supervisor on-site at our farm called the fire department at 7:40 am today. All 12 staff members on site are safe and unharmed,” McKay told NZ Herald. “Ten emergency vehicles are currently on site to contain the spread of the fire.” McKay said the cause of the fire...
  • Montana Grizzly Bears Acting Strangely from Highly Pathogenic Virus Killed

    01/19/2023 3:21:15 AM PST · by blueplum · 31 replies
    Newsweek ^ | 18 Jan 2023 | JESS THOMSON
    Ahighly contagious strain of bird flu has been detected in three grizzly bears in Montana, the first time the disease has been found in grizzlies. The three bears tested positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in fall 2022, and were found to be suffering from neurological issues, including disorientation and partial blindness, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) said in a January 17 statement... ...Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data shows that as of January 11, over 57 million poultry across the U.S. were infected by HPAI, most of which have died or been culled, while nearly...
  • Poisoned Chicken Feed Conspiracy

    01/28/2023 8:23:31 AM PST · by Safrguns · 85 replies
    BitChute ^ | Jan 28, 2023 | Kenon SonOfEnos
    According to this video (made by a private chicken farmer), the reason there is a huge shortage of eggs is due to store bought chicken feed. Commenters seem to confirm, suggesting specifically feed from Tractor Supply is to blame for ZERO eggs being laid in farms across America this winter.