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***The pen had doors on either side of the nesting area that could be lifted up, she said.

"It's somebody who knows and has seen what's going on, which is a bummer."

Chamberlain found one of the chickens dead and discarded by the creek.

"It probably died of a heart attack from being carried away," she said.

Chamberlain said she would have been happy to trade eggs and food in exchange for services, like a "time bank situation".

"We often trade eggs or vegetables, we're more than happy to do that.

"If that person had come to see us and said I'm struggling, can I wash your windows, we would have been more than happy to make that trade."***

shame shame shame
(and I thought that sort of thing only happened in the USA...)

any small-scale farmers do work-for-food deals? any luck with?
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If they are stealing the chickens because they are in need , why discard one that could be made into soup?
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If they are stealing the chickens because they are in need , why discard one that could be made into soup?
Probably because like so many today they had NO clue what to do with a whole chicken feathers complete
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Chickens die of heart attacks?
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Justme11 , yes anything that has a heart can die of a heart attack, chickens included .
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It is actually quite common for folks who raise Cornish X for meat birds, something one allows for when ordering chicks in fact.
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That must be one poor guy to steal those chickens. It's not like they're expensive to begin with.
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That must be one poor guy to steal those chickens. It's not like they're expensive to begin with.
maybe some bored kid out for kicks seeing an opportunity.
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