Life on a Chicken Farm (Life on a Farm) by Judy Wolfman

By Judy Wolfman

A baby explains the actions happening at domestic on a operating fowl farm.

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It’s time for our chickens to leave the farm. Goodbye Chickens — Hello CHICKS After we’ve raised our chickens for eight weeks, it’s time for them to go to the processing plant. The plant sends six men, called chicken catchers, to catch every chicken. 30 When it’s dark and quiet, the chickens rest. Before the catching starts, we turn off the lights so the chickens think it’s time to rest. While the chickens are resting, the catchers back their truck up to one end of a chicken house. At the opposite end, they open the door and put a huge fan in front of it.

It looks like a plush white-feathered carpet, with patches of brown and black. The chicken catchers start on the top level and work their way down. The lights are still off and will stay that way until the last chicken is caught! When the catchers begin, they quickly 32 grab chickens by one of their legs. They hold three chickens in one hand, and two in the other. The chickens don’t want to be caught, so they flutter about and try to get away. ) The fan pulls out the dust that the chickens raise when they run around.

The plant sends six men, called chicken catchers, to catch every chicken. 30 When it’s dark and quiet, the chickens rest. Before the catching starts, we turn off the lights so the chickens think it’s time to rest. While the chickens are resting, the catchers back their truck up to one end of a chicken house. At the opposite end, they open the door and put a huge fan in front of it. 31 The chickens cover the floor like a plush white carpet. When the catchers go into a house, the floor is covered with chickens.

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