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Scientists tracked chickens and found they have their own daily routines

It looks like chaos inside a commercial aviary. In these cage-free barns, thousands of squawking chickens flap between perches, grabbing food on one level, rolling in dust on another, and laying eggs in the nesting areas. Hatching a plan For the birds Bird brains Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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