Discussion in 'The Gym' started by Mike Kennedy, Jun 22, 2011.
I can just see myself at the grocery store removing each egg and examining it with a jewelers loop.
Yeah and if you walk across the street you MIGHT get hit by a bus.
More SCARE tactics by folks with nothing else to do.
I will say I quit rinsing dead chickens in the sink many years ago.
Hard to expect much in the hygiene department from something emitted from a chickens butt.
Hah. Another reason to stick with well done meat and shun produce. :leeann2:
I heard that raw oysters were an aphrodisiac so I ate a dozen. :new_multi:
Only nine worked??? Go figure???:shrug:
I don't think you'll have to worry about peaches this year... there won't be any available on the market! The farms in south GA are having a hard time finding workers to pick the crops since all of the illegals have been run out of the state.
That is the biggest crock..."Free Range" means the bird has a pen...maybe as small as 10' x 50', to walk around in..with the 22,500 other birds in a 500' long house....most never leave the broiler house and the chicken has less than one square foot of space on average..and they are usually ganged up around the feeders and drinkers anyway. Even if giving the birds 4 SF or 10 SF...they are all in the same area, eating the same feed, drinking from the same waterers...
And Tyson, etc. process birds - free range or not - in the same plants. And you don't raise a BROILER in a HENHOUSE...a hen house is where you produce eggs. Broiler houses are built differently from hen houses.
at least maybe you have a place to hang your towel now
:rof::rof::rof: ...sheet, Terrel!
We have some friends that have a few chickens running around the backyard. They lay eggs all over the place. On the kids toys, under bushes, near the coop. Anywhere. Poo everywhere too. Which brings up a question I have, how long can eggs be lying around before they're too old to eat with some reassurance that they're safe to eat?