Video Of A Gigantic Chicken Goes Viral! Experts Claim It’s The Real Deal

(PCM) The video posted of a European man’s massive chicken has gone viral after being shared on social networking site Reddit where many were debating whether or not the footage was indeed authentic.

Fitim Sejfijaj posted a video of the massive chicken on the Kosovo-based “Decorative Poultry” group on Facebook and it is definitely quite a sight to see! Many felt that the “chicken” may have been a different animal dressed up to appear like a chicken or that Sejfijaj used some sort of camera trick to make the bird appear larger.

Experts have now weighed in on the video and explained that the chicken is in fact the real deal and it is known as a Brahma chicken. This particular breed of chicken is dubbed the “King of all poultry” and can grow up to 18.25 pounds.

The Brahma chickens are bred in the United States from a breed of massive chickens imported in from China. No idea just how the European man managed to get his hand on one, but the video in question does appear to be authentic.

You be the judge! Have you ever seen such a massive chicken? We sure haven’t and we certainly wouldn’t want this one chasing us down anytime soon!

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Make Fried Chicken Like The American Revolutionaries


(PCM) We have discovered a YouTube channel called Jas. Townsend and Son, Inc. that is dedicated to teaching individuals about what life was like for early pioneers living in the 1700’s. It is truly fascinating to study the way that people lived their lives before the advent of current technology began to take over.

The channel’s latest video teaches you how to make fried chicken in the way that our founding fathers would have done it!  We are willing to bet it tastes better than much of our over-processed food that is currently available today.

The recipe comes from Nathan Bailey’s 1736 cookbook, “Dictionarium Domesticum”.  Haven’t you always wanted to bust out your cauldron and cook over natural open flame? There is also a recipe for doughnuts as well, because who doesn’t want a little dessert after dinner. The doughnut recipe comes from  the 1805 American edition of Hannah Glasse’s cookbook, “The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy.”

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New Trend For Egg Enthusiasts Is Renting Chickens!


(PCM) Egg lovers and enthusiasts are beginning to pick up on the latest trend which is actually renting chickens to produce their own collection of eggs. Yes, this is actually a thing!

Due to the skyrocketing price of eggs in recent months because of the avian flu, and more and more restaurants opting to stop serving eggs due to financial hardship, egg lovers are taking matters into their own hands and opting to rent a pair of hens.

For the price of $400 for four months companies such as Rent The Chicken will deliver two hens, a coop, food/water dish and of course, 100 pounds of chicken feed. For an extra $200 dollars they will even upgrade your coop and give you an extra two hens!

Two chickens will produce about a dozen eggs per week, so this is still a bit of a pricey option, as it would end up averaging out to about $21 for a dozen eggs, where as the grocery store is still selling them for less than $3.00, but at least you know where the eggs are coming from which is a growing demand from egg lovers. It is said that homegrown eggs are richer and tastier than their store-brought counterparts.

Rent The Chicken is currently available in 10 states and the demand continues to grow!  Guess you could always use them to determine the age old question of which came first, the chicken or the egg if nothing else! 

You can also purchase your own chicken. They come in a variety of colors and have very distinct personality types. They are said to do well with both cats and dogs and are quite happy living in your backyard, so long as it is legal in your state. 

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