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Wednesday, 4 May 2011

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A group of California chickens photographed on 'International Respect For Chicken Day.'

ONXARD, California - Eastley P. Dinwiddie, spokesperson for The Southern California Chicken Farmers Coalition has stated that many nationally well known chicken restaurants are closing in honor of International Respect For Chicken Day.

The holiday, which was started in 2005, by Captain Capricorn Chickasaw, a lifelong resident of Oxnard honors chickens by focusing on the contribution that they make not only to the nation's economy, but to its politically correct geographical system as well.

Captain Chickasaw stressed the importance of making sure that the citizens of America realized that chickens are not just things covered with feathers that go around cluck-clucking and strutting around hen houses like they own the place.

Chickasaw knew that from an environmental standpoint chickens are just as important as damns, missile silos, and baseball dugouts.

His goal was to see that all poultry including other members of the fowl family such as ducks, turkeys, and cockatoos could feel good that they were living in a humane environment which provided the best possible life style imaginable.

To learn more about the amazing world of domesticated chickens go to www.thesoundofcluckclucking.egg

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