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(Science Daily)   Scientists claim that listening to chickens could improve poultry production, but I think they're just winging it   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Georgia Institute of Technology, poultry production, technical term, computer engineering, machine learning, experimental design, sensory cues, audio recordings  
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413 clicks; posted to Geek » on 16 May 2012 at 8:21 PM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-05-16 10:15:12 PM  
Are you clucking fidding me?
2012-05-16 11:05:11 PM

It's easier if you mic them.
2012-05-17 12:18:23 AM  
I think I'll train to be a Chicken Whisperer. I'll start off by talking to those broiled chickens in the supermarket. Once I can understand them, I'm sure I'll be able to converse, communicate, and speak freely with any chicken. Any chicken at all. Yeah, Chicken Whisperer - that's the life for me.
2012-05-17 12:22:54 AM



/this article is relevant to my interests
2012-05-17 01:22:42 AM

I'm not sure this is a good idea.

The last time I saw this, Zeddicus seemed to handle it well, but I think Clara was scarred for life.
2012-05-17 02:25:40 AM  
If you are a Republican you can continue to fark them as well.
2012-05-18 10:29:52 AM  
Enough with the fowl puns
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