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April 17, 2005

Save the Chicken

I like this guy:

Man saves chicken with mouth-to-beak

[A Colorado man] claims he saved his fowl by giving it mouth-to-beak resuscitation.

Uegene Safken says one of the chickens in his young flock had gotten into a tub of water in the yard last week and appeared to have died.

Safken said he first swung the chicken by the feet to revive it. When that failed, he continued swinging and blowing into its beak.

"Then one eye opened. I thought it was an involuntary response," Safken said. The chicken's beak opened a little wider, and Safken started yelling at it: "You're too young to die!

"Every time I'd yell at him, he'd chirp," Safken said.

--from an Associated Press story

The man cares about his bird. I tend to avoid eating them, myself.

Posted by Jeff at April 17, 2005 01:49 AM

Comments

Save the Chicken Netherlands goes WorldWide! Soon our website for Save the Chicken Worldwide is online! Look out: www.savethechicken.co.nr

Posted by: Save the Chicken Netherlands at October 9, 2005 11:52 PM


Funny story,
I found this searching the term "Save The Chicken" in Google and stumbled across a funny recipe at http://www.savethechicken.com

Posted by: David at November 13, 2005 02:12 PM


That's hilarious!

Thanks.

Posted by: Jeff at November 13, 2005 02:15 PM


Dont juck which is to be juck

Posted by: muluken at February 9, 2007 06:59 AM


Hey everyone, im amie and im only 13 years old and im trying to save the chickens. I asked my parents if i could get a chciken and they sid no because they rekon that chikens are full of lice and also because they say that they just hate them. And i read another prostest on saving chickens and i signed it.

Well this is what i found out ;;
Egg-laying chickens are crowded into small, bare wire cages, unable to stretch their wings, walk, or even lie down comfortably

Posted by: Amie at March 5, 2007 01:52 AM


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