You can literally hypnotize a chicken by holding it and drawing a line in the dirt over and over. The chicken will stay still right there as long as you do this.
Colonel Sanders (the Kentucky Fried Chicken guy in the white suit) was the second most recognized public figure in the world in 1979.
Did you know that some breeds of chickens can lay coloured eggs? Sure enough, the Ameraucana and Araucana can lay eggs coloured in shades of green or blue, depending on the breed and it’s ancestry.
In Fruita, Colorado, the town folk celebrate “Mike the Headless Chicken Day””. Seems that a farmer named L.A. Olsen cut off Mike’s head on September 10, 1945 in anticipation of a chicken dinner – and Mike lived for another 4 years WITHOUT A HEAD. Mike died from choking on a corn kernel.
In Gainesville, Georgia – the chicken capital of the world – it is illegal to eat chicken with a fork!
One punishment for an adulterous wife in medieval France was to make her chase a chicken through town naked. The source doesn””t state whether it was the chicken or the wife who was naked.
According to National Geographic, scientists have settled the old dispute over which came first — the chicken or the egg. They say that reptiles were laying eggs thousands of years before chickens appeared, and the first chicken came from an egg laid by a bird that was not quite a chicken. That seems to answer the question. The egg came first.
Beijing boasts the world””s largest Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant.
Chimney””s used to be cleaned by dropping live chickens down them
The closest living relative of the t-rex is the chicken which makes the phobia ””Alektorophobia”” (Fear of chickens) slightly more plausible.
Following government advice we are currently not open to the public as a drop in shop, instead we are offering an appointment service as well as an optional home delivery service ( DEVON / CORNWALL). Slots can be booked via this link taylormadepoultry.co.uk/clickandcollect/
We will be at the shop manning the phones 10am til 4pm, Tuesday - Sunday.
Our delivery service is currently covering to Devon and Cornwall only.
We have currently SOLD OUT of our RSPCA Assured hybrids. However, our next batch will be available from the beginning of August. You can pre-book appointment slots on our website to collect them. We still have a selection of pure breeds and bantams, please call us to check availability.
Chickens will be sold on a first-come-first-serve basis, as we work towards getting back to normal opening.
From all the TMP team, Thank you for supporting through these difficult times.