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Dyed Chicks (6 pics)

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  • 30 May, 2013  |
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How to make dyed chicks? Some vendors inject the eggs with stuff like hydrogen peroxide and ammonia, while others use “harmless” food coloring. Many people consider dyeing chicks as animal cruelty. What do you think?

1 Dyed Chicks (6 pics)


2 Dyed Chicks (6 pics)


3 Dyed Chicks (6 pics)


4 Dyed Chicks (6 pics)


5 Dyed Chicks (6 pics)



6 Dyed Chicks (6 pics)


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№1 Author: chickenwingeater (30 May 2013 01:36) Total user comments: 0


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why, just why?
it's not like I would buy a chicken just to look at it
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (30 May 2013 02:01) Total user comments: 5518


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A real live chicken McNugget.
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№3 Author: bowlervtec (30 May 2013 02:05) Total user comments: 1377


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kinda neat, but what do they look like as an adult?
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№4 Author: morrel2 (30 May 2013 02:34) Total user comments: 682


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As long as it makes people happy, it's not cruel. It's good for kids
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№5 Author: No1 (30 May 2013 06:24) Total user comments: 1424


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They don't appear to be hurt by the process.
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№6 Author: 1234 (30 May 2013 06:45) Total user comments: 1878


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:02: weird ...check out the blue one in pic 6........is like he knows
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№7 Author: Grunt Callahan (30 May 2013 07:56) Total user comments: 2401


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Oh they know alright, and payback's a bitch
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№8 Author: Proxy (30 May 2013 11:20) Total user comments: 68


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bowlervtec,
Don't think that they live that long
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№9 Author: TheIronSea (30 May 2013 12:16) Total user comments: 1015


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Que hijos de puta!, como le hacen esto a los pollitos... joder, que desagradable, no creo que insertarle tinta a un "embrion" sea saludable, tiene que ser perjudicial... :11:
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№10 Author: alexacrow (30 May 2013 19:43) Total user comments: 1164


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I've seen people selling those poor chicks, they never live more than 2 or 3 weeks :02:
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№11 Author: Forfattare (31 May 2013 01:19) Total user comments: 897


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They do this in Mexico in the fairs/carnivals, they sell it for like 2usd/25mxn I remember getting one as a kid, and yes it lived to became an adult chicken, but the colored feathers falls and new normal withe feathers come, and I never knew how they colored them, I always thought it was with color hair spray or something, but now I know, but as I said, It lived to became an adult chicken :04:
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№12 Author: adzhoe (1 Jun 2013 01:46) Total user comments: 15013


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ohhhh tecnicolor...
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№13 Author: CabezaCM (2 Jun 2013 22:44) Total user comments: 106


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gonna try it on pregos!!!!
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