Somebody REALLY Hates Chickens, Breakfast World Reacts As Egg-Laying Plants Burning Down Like People Die…Suddenly



'...fowl...', "20 Chicken Memes That Are Surprisingly Funny -", by unknown via, UL by Saying Images via When pain comes out of nowhere, always suspect the left!
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As of January 28, 2023, in communist China, the cost of a dozen large eggs was $2.07. The same thing costs $1.87 in communist Cuba, and $2.22 in communist Venezuela. In many parts of the USA, people are paying $6 to $10 per dozen for eggs! On those 3 links, please make certain that Currency is set to USD.

Bozrah, CT is about halfway between Hartford, Connecticut, and Providence, Rhode Island. It is also almost exactly north of Montauk on Long Island, NY, across Long Island Sound, and almost exactly south of Magog…in Quebec, Canada…not the one from the Bible (the “Gog from Magog” that was later erroneously changed to “Gog and Magog”).

‘Welcome to the church of the stunned chicken’, by MaddyTheMadCow, via That place looks like a lot of fun.

Not everything is connected, or important. Some things you just notice when you look at a map, then type a few sentences about it to help fill out an article.

On the other hand, the Montauk thing is intriguing, but it has nothing to do with chickens either, so you can read about that HERE.

We will get serious now. Not everything is about race, but let’s be honest, a lack of chickens clearly affects one group of people far more than any other. That’s right, someone clearly hates chicken lovers.
‘General Tso’, by Cliffy_99, via A great replacement for the woke U.S. military when the inevitable war with communist China begins.

As we’ve said before, if ‘muslim’ and ‘migrant’ can be races, then so can Conservative…and now ‘chicken lovers’ too. Deal with it leftists!

Back to Bozrah, CT. We didn’t forget about it. There was a fire there, but not just any old ordinary fire. This one was a real life chicken roast. On Saturday, January 28, 2023, at Hillandale Farms. Did you catch that? Cute. They should try and do that every day. We can’t.

‘Listen up’, by Cookieslayer, via That went south quickly.

Anyway, it is one of the largest producers of eggs in the USA, and they just lost approximately 100,000 hens to ‘died suddenly, chicken style’. Only nobody benefited as they died ‘on the job’, laying eggs. Just the latest in a long line of such disasters all over the USA, and the world, over the last few years.

The good news, and no joking around here, is that no human beings (employee or otherwise) were injured. The left insists that animals have the same rights as people, but we in the shed know that is utter bullshit.

‘F-ing genius’, by Kentucky Fried Memes, UL by SpiderDad61 via Actually a great idea, but you’d probably get sued quickly.

The reason for the fire has not been determined. We suspect an agent of Bill Gates. The rumor is that he plans on a new product called ‘Impossible Eggs’. It isn’t a fake egg, like his meat is fake meat, that’s what she said, but rather a world where it is impossible to get eggs.

If there is any good news here, it is that employees and firefighters were able to contain the damage to just one of the many buildings housing the chickens. In fact, they have over 20 MILLION egg-laying chickens just at that company with the cutesy name, so this was literally a drop in the chicken bucket.

‘Pardon’, by Slothdoggo, via What indeed!

Apparently, in 2016 another location owned by the same company in nearby Lebanon, Connecticut, which is almost exactly directly west of the country Lebanon (noted here for no reason), another fire killed around 100,000 egg-laying chickens, and in 2017 the same company also had a fire in Tyrone Township, Pennsylvania, resulting in another loss of 100,000 egg-laying chickens.

Animal Welfare Institute, one of those DC-based groups that thinks people and animals are the same thing, said that in 2017 ONE MILLION chickens were killed by a fire at a plant in North Manchester, Indiana, and in 2020 a fire in Bloomfield, Nebraska, saw another 400,000 birds die by fire. They blame heating and electrical malfunctions for that.

‘i don’t even know what to say about this’, by DuandaleQingle, via Seems like a natural progression.

What this tells us is that either 1) this is an occasional insurance scam, 2) that chickens are highly flammable, 3) we are missing out on occasional LARGE chicken dinners, or 4) some combination of those three previous things.

Face it, you don’t hear about large fires at cattle farms, fish farms, or fruit farms. Now we are probably giving them ideas.
‘That kiss…’, by Cliffy_99, via Comments on originating site are likely correct, and that is a mother freeing her caged son.

America isn’t alone either. On Sunday, February 5, 2023, a fire at the Zeagold Nutrition farm in Orini, New Zealand, destroyed 2 buildings and killed 50,000 egg-laying hens. Original reports were 4 buildings and 75,000 hens but it didn’t turn out to be that bad. They are working overtime to contact the hens’ next-of-kin before releasing the names of the victims.

Okay, seriously now, birds in other buildings have been checked by an avian veterinarian, who said they appeared to be fine, but they would continue to monitor them over the next few days. We joke, but we don’t hate birds.

‘#SaveDaCluck’, by SocialismKills, via How does the bird eat food and drink water?!

It did take 10 emergency vehicles about 5 hours to contain the fire though. Again, the good news is that no employees or firefighters were injured. No cause was determined yet for this fire either. We suspect a flunky of George Soros.

The facility had 12 buildings, and plans to rebuild those destroyed and ‘get the flock out’, we mean get the flock numbers back up. Those are good solid jobs…for chickens who need work. No, we are not drunk or high. Why do you ask? We ARE watching ‘A Night At The Opera’ as we write this though.

‘Is the chicken influded?’, by tyehoax, via Some things should be ‘unseeable’.
‘naked in teapot eBay picture’, by RenaissanceDad, Years earlier, the first known example of naked online salesmanship.

Just as with the USA fires, they are always quick to say the price of eggs won’t go up. And in both countries, there has been an artificial shortage of eggs already. Apparently, New Zealand has about 3 MILLION hens, but is still about 400,000 chickens short of what they need. Make that 450,000 now.

These events aren’t even new. Another ‘accident’ happened on Saturday, March 6, 2021, in Arlington, Arizona, at Hickman’s Family Farms, which is about 50 miles west of Phoenix in Maricopa County and has been in business for over 70 years.

‘Chicken Man’, by unknown via, UL by YaBoiSkinnyPenis via Those are good, but high in sodium. Great reference!
‘This is THE event of the decade!, by ExecutionerStudios, via Yes, same dude on day 40. Pretty good crowd too.

Workers called in a fire in one building at around 1pm and by the time firefighters arrived it had spread to two more buildings. Nobody died, but one adult suffered smoke inhalation. 166,000 hens did die.

It is claimed that a “piece of equipment malfunctioned and caught fire”. We suspect a close personal friend of Klaus Schwab.

‘UNO with your chicken’, by Dutta0101, via Well it certainly looks delicious.

We now live in Xoe Xiden’s Amerika where it is cheaper, other than potential fines, to buy eggs and gasoline in Mexico if you live near the U.S. border.

Recently, eggs in the USA were almost $6.00 for 18 large, then a few days ago they dropped to just over $5.00, and today they are just over $4.00. When President Trump left office on January 20, 2021, it was around $2.00, just as a gallon of gasoline was $1.70 and today it is $3.50.

‘This chicken understands how to live!’, “Live today like there is no tomorrow!”, by Banixx Horse & Pet Care, via Everyone should live like that!

“Avian influenza in poultry: Avian influenza or bird flu refers to the disease caused by infection with avian (bird) influenza (flu) Type A viruses. These viruses naturally spread among wild aquatic birds worldwide and can infect domestic poultry and other bird and animal species. Bird flu viruses do not normally infect humans.” —CDC (aka ‘Coalition of Diseased Communists‘)

Killing chickens (and turkeys) which are naturally immune to ‘bird-flu’ is a demonic move. Short-term pain or not, it is intentional economic terrorism AND any ‘vaccine’ they give the birds contaminates the food supply. But the left are full of those now (see ‘trans’ and election theft).
‘Love’, by Ann13, via That video makes us happy, not hungry.

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