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Beginners Understanding Chickens' Psychology and Emotions

Discussion in 'Poultry Row' started by fashionfobie, 4/13/19.

  1. fashionfobie

    fashionfobie Rollerblading along the road

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    I referenced these sources in another thread. I thought it would be nice to add to the Poultry Row subgroup.

    Chickens are wonderful and rewarding birds. Do not underestimate them :)

    Poultry Science, Chicken Culture: A Partial Alphabet: Susan M. Squier

    Link to amazon US:
    Poultry Science, Chicken Culture: A Partial Alphabet: Susan M. Squier: 9780813549248: Amazon.com: Books
    Booktopia -Australia:

    https://www.booktopia.com.au/poultry-science-chicken-culture-susan-m-squier/prod9780813554211.html

    Great article by Lori Marino.
    follow link below
    Thinking chickens: a review of cognition, emotion, and behavior in the domestic chicken

    The Private Life of Chickens Documentary Ep.2 of the Private Life of Farm Animals Season 1.

    if the link below does not work, stick the title into a youtube search and it should pop up.

     
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    That video is not available in the United States, but I believe that this is the same video:

     
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  3. Dona

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    I'll pass this info along to my daughter who has 8 chicks right now. They are inside the house for a few more weeks, in a big tub with lights above them. It's 2 of 4 different kinds but I can't remember the names right now. The kids play with them all the time and they are very friendly, getting bigger every time I see them.
     
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