Sunday, November 24, 2019
Black meat, bones, and organs in Chickens
In my opinion, this mutation is actually really cool. I figured bones weren't all white, grayish, etc. but it took me by surprise that the bones and organs of an animal could be black as well as I've never really seen that before. I also find it interesting that the reason that these breeds have continued to spread around the world is because people liked the coloring of the chickens, and they would be bred as they were taken around.
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This mutation is cool. It almost looks like a lawn adornment. I probably wouldnt eat the meat.ReplyDelete
This mutation is interesting, as a big fan of chickens myself I have watched a few documentaries about chicken breeding and chicken shows that are held around the world. I do not think I have ever seen a fully black chicken before but I would totally eat one. Around Halloween time this would be a great idea for a scary meal.ReplyDelete