Have you ever seen a teenage chicken?. It's a valid point.. How come you see either baby chicks or full grown chickens? What about that awkward teenage chicken
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Have you ever seen a teenage chicken?

It's a valid point.

How come you see either baby chicks or full grown chickens? What about
that awkward teenage chicken phase where their feathers are half yellow,
half brown and they have acne all over their beak and their peeps are
cracking?
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User avatar #2 - sonicthefast (11/04/2013) [+] (7 replies)
We had chickens when I was a kid, raised them from the day after they hatched.
#11 to #7 - marlboroto **User deleted account** (11/04/2013) [-]
The fire nation attacked
#18 - tomahawkit **User deleted account** (11/05/2013) [+] (8 replies)
when I had chickens there was this one I called zues; he was completely hairless and none of the other chickens liked him. when he grew feathers he was one majestic ************ , like damn, his name fit him. he had curly black feathers that even covered his feet. pic related, it him when semi hairless.

unfortunately I cant give a picture of him looking majestic as **** (as of now) because my mom got the computer with all of the pictures in the divorce and I live with my dad full time. this was taken from my facebook
#1 - dcj (11/04/2013) [+] (5 replies)
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User avatar #3 - hhanako (11/04/2013) [+] (3 replies)
i believe the technical term is "pullet" not sure though
#35 - Ulmer (11/05/2013) [-]
As an owner of chickens, let me tell you...hearing chicken voices hit puberty and their voices literally crack like a human teenager's...funniest 						****					 imaginable.
As an owner of chickens, let me tell you...hearing chicken voices hit puberty and their voices literally crack like a human teenager's...funniest **** imaginable.
User avatar #27 - bubbabrent (11/05/2013) [-]
"Harold! what did I say about having more than 2 colors of feathers!"
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"Calm down honey, he's just going through a phase"
User avatar #12 - viscerys (11/04/2013) [-]
And then their voices quacked.
#10 - ThrowBrik (11/04/2013) [-]
QUACK.
QUACK.
#28 - neosonic (11/05/2013) [+] (5 replies)
How does one go about buying a chicken? I think it would be the best pet overall. You get this cute bird who lays eggs for you and then at the end you get a nice meal out of it.
#40 to #30 - ThpiderMan (11/05/2013) [-]
Hell yeah, we buy 15 chickens every year in spring and we slaughter them at the beginning of winter.  We get around 12-18 eggs a day, and they are delicious when made into chicken soups and gumbos.  We are at 11 right now, we lose em occasionally to coyotes, bobcats, and sometimes the neighbors dog, but that's the price of free-ranging em out in the country.  Plus it means when I play fetch with my dog all the chickens run with the dog too, it's kind of strange that the dog is more afraid of the chickens than the other way around.   
   
We barely feed or water them because they scavenge and dig for bugs and scraps and all kinds of 						****					.  They make our lawn beautifully green as well, as you mentioned, excellent fertilizers.  I get sad when we harvest them, as they are damn affable critters, but it's the circle of life I suppose, and it's either slaughter them and make delicious soup or keep them and shovel chicken 						****					 all winter with heat lamps in the coop, and our last coop burned down because of using heat lamps in the winter.
Hell yeah, we buy 15 chickens every year in spring and we slaughter them at the beginning of winter. We get around 12-18 eggs a day, and they are delicious when made into chicken soups and gumbos. We are at 11 right now, we lose em occasionally to coyotes, bobcats, and sometimes the neighbors dog, but that's the price of free-ranging em out in the country. Plus it means when I play fetch with my dog all the chickens run with the dog too, it's kind of strange that the dog is more afraid of the chickens than the other way around.

We barely feed or water them because they scavenge and dig for bugs and scraps and all kinds of **** . They make our lawn beautifully green as well, as you mentioned, excellent fertilizers. I get sad when we harvest them, as they are damn affable critters, but it's the circle of life I suppose, and it's either slaughter them and make delicious soup or keep them and shovel chicken **** all winter with heat lamps in the coop, and our last coop burned down because of using heat lamps in the winter.
User avatar #24 - sulaman (11/05/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I'm pretty sure that "Teenage Chicken Riot" is a Sonic Youth song.
#29 - xro (11/05/2013) [-]
I was expecting this to be a post about Miley and her twerking jig before the image loaded...
#26 - anonymous (11/05/2013) [+] (1 reply)
It's also completely possible for them to have a disease...
I raised chickens for 7 years ._.
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