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What’s With The Pink Chickens in Portland?

What’s With The Pink Chickens in Portland?

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Just when you thought you’d seen it all, Portland Oregon now has pink chickens. Now this could brighten your day and provide a great Easter for some folks who want a more colorful holiday.

Pink Chickens Invade Portland Oregon

In this March 26, 2015, image provided by Randall Brown of Multnomah County Animal Services, a pair of chickens, dyed pink, are photographed in Portland, Ore. The animals were picked up earlier this week running loose in the city’s waterfront park. Multnomah County Animal Services says the owner, Bruce Whitman of Portland, told the agency he used food coloring, beet juice and Kool-Aid to dye the two birds, then released them for a while to “make people smile.” Officials say they told Whitman about the dangers of releasing birds in public places. He was billed for the time the chickens were in the county’s care. (AP Photo/Multnomah County Animal Services, Randall Brown)

Multnomah County Animal Services says the birds’ owner told the agency he used food coloring, beet juice and Kool-Aid to dye the two birds, then released them to “make people smile.”

Bright colors are also pleasing and calming to people and could help ease stress. I know I’d feel less stressed if there were a rainbow of chickens running around the farm.

rainbow chickens

Why not just dye all your chickens different colors and have tons of colored chickens running around your homestead farm? Now that would be cool.

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