what is meant by finding the leg bones of chickens in broken state as you eat the fried chicken? How does this happen ?
>>19315705In America, chickens have their legs broken by a machine a few minutes before they are butchered so that they experience maximum pain on their way to death.I don't know why they do it, but that's just how it is.
>>19315705They had debts that they couldn't pay on time, so somebody from the family had to go and give them a little tune up
>>19315705I've read that chickens have been bred to grow so quickly that their legs can't support their own weight anymore, and sometimes they break. It could also just be from rough handling during processing after slaughter.
Means they missed too many payments. They didn't get the message so now they sleep with the fishes.
>>19315705It's a little known fact chickens enjoy skiing. Problem is, they are not good at it and often acquire leg injuries/breaks after they come crashing down the slopes.
Eating lead and other heavy metals tricks the body into depositing them where calcium metal normally goes (bones). Soft metals like lead cause bones to be soft and brittle, breaking easy, among other deformities and disabilities including those in the brain. You're eating lead chickens anon
multi gazillionare here, i try not to eat chicken cus its too cheap, but its kinday tasty.
it happens either when the mexicans pick them up 4 at a time and smash them into crates, or when other mexicans rip them out of those crates by the feet and slam their legs upside down into a production line unironically this is how they get broken legs, bones, ribs, etc
Man this thrraf is a goldmine
>>19316524Mediterranean folks have nothing to do with this thread. Although a few of them may have had experience with chicken leg breaks. Let's see if any show up and share their insights on this matter.
Sometimes chickens cross the road. Sometimes they make it; sometimes they don't. Science has yet to provide the answer as to why this is such a common phenomenon.
>>19315825This is part of it. The breed used in US meat production is called the Cornish cross and it goes from a couple of ounces to 6+lbs in 6 weeks.
>>19315705po people can only affords crippled chickens to fry
>>19316874Sometimes she goes, sometimes she don't go. Way she goes.
>>19315705they are the legs of chickens attempting to adapt a spheroid shape
>>19316767chicken cartel wars
>>19315717you misspelled china
>>19316217>soft and brittle
>>19315733Some people pay their debts, others prefer broken legs. It's your choice really.
>>19319040Lol. Worker slaves. Imagine working like a slave while trillions have been printed.
>>19316938slap a Davis sticker on it and I'll buy that roundmeal