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  • Fun facts about chickens

    Chickens are fascinating animals that are often overlooked. They are not only a common source of food, but they also make great pets and have an interesting history. Here are some fun facts about chickens that you might not have known.

    1. Chickens are highly social animals and enjoy the company of other chickens. They establish a social hierarchy, with a clear pecking order (no pun intended!). They also have a range of vocalizations to communicate with each other.
    2. Chickens are the descendants of a group of dinosaurs called theropods. This group also includes Tyrannosaurus rex, Velociraptor, and other famous dinosaur species.
    3. Contrary to popular belief, chickens are actually quite intelligent. They have been shown to have cognitive abilities, including the ability to recognize faces, remember and retrieve information and solve problems.
    4. Just like humans, each chicken has its own personality. Some are more dominant than others, while some are shy and introverted. Some chickens are curious and adventurous, while others are content to stay in one place.
    5. Chickens have an excellent memory and can remember the faces of up to 100 other chickens. They can also remember locations and objects, which helps them navigate their environment.
    6. Chickens have a wider range of vision than humans, as they can see in all directions except directly behind them. They also have better color vision and can see a wider range of colors than humans.
    7. There are more than 200 breeds of chickens, and each breed can lay different colored eggs. Some lay brown, some lay white, and some lay blue or green eggs.
    8. Chickens are natural insect hunters and can help control pests in your garden. They also love to eat slugs and snails, which can be a nuisance to gardeners.
    9. Chickens might seem slow and clumsy, but they can actually run up to 9 miles per hour! They can also fly short distances, which is why it’s important to have a secure coop and run.

    All this goes to show that there’s probably a lot more to chickens than you probably thought! So, the next time you see a chicken, remember these fun facts and appreciate them for the amazing animals they are.

    Check out our handy booklet available as an online brochure or downloadable PDF with lots of great information on how to raise healthy, happy chickens.

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