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New proposal in US could allow slaughterhouses to sell diseased chickens to customers

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UK considering to allow chlorine dipped chickens to be imported from US.

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Separate stories but important to know about.

Edited by sitdownstandup (17 Aug 2020 11.53am)

 


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Originally posted by sitdownstandup

New proposal in US could allow slaughterhouses to sell diseased chickens to customers

[Link]

UK considering to allow chlorine dipped chickens to be imported from US.

[Link]

Separate stories but important to know about.

Edited by sitdownstandup (17 Aug 2020 11.53am)

I missed the bit where it can affect humans. It actually produced antibodies which is a good thing.
I get the feeling this is a bash at brexit and HMG.

 

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I think people would like to know if their food had diseases before they ate it.

 


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Originally posted by sitdownstandup

New proposal in US could allow slaughterhouses to sell diseased chickens to customers

[Link]

UK considering to allow chlorine dipped chickens to be imported from US.

[Link]

Separate stories but important to know about.

Edited by sitdownstandup (17 Aug 2020 11.53am)


If the chicken is severely deformed, and maybe has 3 or 4 legs, do i take it will be the same price or would we have to pay for the extra legs?

 

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Guess they'll just have to increase the amount of chlorine they wash it in.

 


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Originally posted by sitdownstandup

Guess they'll just have to increase the amount of chlorine they wash it in.

Haa, yes, i take it their would be no extra charge for ulcers and warts? Surely that"s just the luck of the draw, a bit like getting a double yolk?

 

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Originally posted by croydon proud


If the chicken is severely deformed, and maybe has 3 or 4 legs, do i take it will be the same price or would we have to pay for the extra legs?

Would cut down on the arguments at dinner time

 

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Originally posted by croydon proud


If the chicken is severely deformed, and maybe has 3 or 4 legs, do i take it will be the same price or would we have to pay for the extra legs?

I always thought we only eat chickens with two legs as itís impossible to catch the three / four leg chickens as they are too fast 💨?

 

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View BlueJay's Profile BlueJay Flag UK 17 Aug 20 8.48pm Send a Private Message to BlueJay Add BlueJay as a friend

Chicken jalfrezi and a pumped stomach. A typical weekend for many!

 

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Originally posted by cryrst

I missed the bit where it can affect humans. It actually produced antibodies which is a good thing.
I get the feeling this is a bash at brexit and HMG.

Lol this post is hilarious, reminds me of the picture of John Gummer force feeding his child a beef burger in the BSE days!! Quality! Diseased? It produces antibodies, youíre special!


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Originally posted by palace chick

I always thought we only eat chickens with two legs as itís impossible to catch the three / four leg chickens as they are too fast 💨?

Ainít you heard of Haggis?

 

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A enjoyed the first album from Diseased Chickens and Meat Imports from US, but feel that they've now lost their way.

 

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