It’s happening. Right now, folks are dusting the cheese trays and reaching into the high cupboard for the cocktail shakers in preparation of holiday parties — but are you ready with winsome conversational small talk?
No worries, Locally Laid has you covered with interesting poultry chitchat which will surely be the social lubricant of any good fete.
go site PARTY TIDBIT 1: follow The term rose-colored Glasses comes from chickens and their penchant toward “picking” on each other. Picking is when a chicken hardcore pecks on something – often another chicken and trust me, bird-on-bird violence, is REAL
So it was the early 1900s, tiny eyeglasses were invented, even patented, for hens to wear to diminish peer damage. The December 1938 issue of Popular Mechanics has a sidebar about these red-tinted aluminum spectacles. The article claimed that they “stopped the fighting instantly” because they cut the chickens’ ability to see blood. They were latter deemed ineffective.
http://wallakra.com/?santavswediya=F%C3%B6r-Cialis-20-mg-utan-recept&982=1d PARTY TIDBIT 2: Used to be , http://www.azulyblanca.com/?jjsalo=plataforma-de-opciones-binarias-demo&73d=31 eggs were a only a seasonal treat and not at all the daily staple of today. Come the short days of fall, laying hens were in the stewpot as winter egg production wouldn’t even pay the cost of feed.
It wasn’t until 1928 that research published by the University of Minnesota, changed everything. Discoveries out of the small town of Crookston centered on the use of selective breeding and cod liver oil—an extract chock-full of anyoption geld verdienen vitamin D—mixed into the mash and http://melvyntan.com/biography/ supplemented with electric light. Hens would lay right through the dark months. This was a seismic shift for the dairy case!
http://ramshergill.com/home.html PARTY TIDBIT 3: Chickens sleep hard and are rather like malleable drunks at night — I’m pretty sure most chickens wearing a sweater were dressed while sleeping. And woke up pissed.
go to link PARTY TIDBIT 4: Chickens are omnivores. For all the bucolic imagery of pecking corn thrown by gingham-aproned farm women, chickens are not vegetarians. Should a wrong-place-wrong-time frog hop into the paddock, they’ll completely void it into change purse in a matter of minutes.