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2014-05-15 05:28:40 PM
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The Chickens of Silence?
 
2014-05-15 06:54:53 PM
Whoa.
 
2014-05-15 08:40:37 PM
Seems legit!

Where do I buy them for my 18 roosters
 
2014-05-15 09:09:38 PM
The future of chicken farming is headless chickens.

Once they are due to hatch, you break the egg and plug in the feeding tube.  From then on they produce eggs and poo until it is time to harvest the meat.
 
2014-05-15 09:10:01 PM
Bawkulus Rift
 
2014-05-15 09:15:17 PM
How does the Matrix know what chicken taste like?
 
2014-05-15 09:18:28 PM
Facebauk?
 
2014-05-15 10:49:54 PM

Jeng: The future of chicken farming is headless chickens.

Once they are due to hatch, you break the egg and plug in the feeding tube.  From then on they produce eggs and poo until it is time to harvest the meat.


You are only 60 years too late

"It was a great concrete dome, concrete-floored.  Chicken Little filled most of it.  She was a gray-brown, rubbery hemisphere some fifteen yards in diameter.  Dozens of pipes ran into her pulsating flesh.  You could see that she was alive. "
 
2014-05-15 11:04:19 PM

phalamir: Jeng: The future of chicken farming is headless chickens.

Once they are due to hatch, you break the egg and plug in the feeding tube.  From then on they produce eggs and poo until it is time to harvest the meat.

You are only 60 years too late

"It was a great concrete dome, concrete-floored.  Chicken Little filled most of it.  She was a gray-brown, rubbery hemisphere some fifteen yards in diameter.  Dozens of pipes ran into her pulsating flesh.  You could see that she was alive. "


Interesting.

I was thinking of the headless chicken as a low tech beef-vat.   And honestly they don't have to genetically engineer a headless chicken, they just need to develop that feeding tube so they just lop off the head and attach the tube.
 
2014-05-16 12:13:53 AM
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2014-05-16 12:16:43 AM
Peck the blue seed.
 
2014-05-16 02:30:53 AM

Jeng: And honestly they don't have to genetically engineer a headless chicken, they just need to develop that feeding tube so they just lop off the head and attach the tube.


Meet Mike the Headless Chicken (April 1945 - March 1947).
 
2014-05-16 03:11:36 AM

Jeng: phalamir: Jeng: The future of chicken farming is headless chickens.

Once they are due to hatch, you break the egg and plug in the feeding tube.  From then on they produce eggs and poo until it is time to harvest the meat.

You are only 60 years too late

"It was a great concrete dome, concrete-floored.  Chicken Little filled most of it.  She was a gray-brown, rubbery hemisphere some fifteen yards in diameter.  Dozens of pipes ran into her pulsating flesh.  You could see that she was alive. "

Interesting.

I was thinking of the headless chicken as a low tech beef-vat.   And honestly they don't have to genetically engineer a headless chicken, they just need to develop that feeding tube so they just lop off the head and attach the tube.


Chicken Little wasn't genetically engineered.  She was basically a chicken heart that had been grown with just enough other bits to make her keep ticking.  And they shaved bits off her for food (not enough for serious injury, and she would regrow the lost bits quickly). So immortal giblets.
 
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