About Chicken Cruelty:
(Not owned by Me)
Chicken Egg Factories Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeabWClSZfI
The Difficult Lives of Factory Chickens: http://advocacy.britannica.com/blog/advocacy/2007/05/the-difficult-lives-and-deaths-of-factory-farmed-chickens/
Chickens are intelligent animals. The term Bird brain may mean stupid, but these birds are not stupid. Studies have shown that they are able to solve problems and understand that objects taken from view continue to exist. In the wild, they live in flocks of 30 or so chickens. The chickens in a flock all know and recognize each other. They have a range of 30 vocalizations. Chickens also nest, and, like most animal mothers, they nurture their young carefully and lovingly. A hen carefully cares for her eggs in the nest, turning them around from one to five times an hour and clucking to them. Amazingly, the unborn chicks reply to her and to each other. People who have had opportunities to become know chickens, while growing up on farms and/or going to farm animal sanctuaries, often say how affectionate chickens can be and how they have their own personalities.