OUACHITA PARISH, Louisiana – Stephanie Morse has a fairly unique family and not all members live in the house. "They…
OUACHITA PARISH, Louisiana –
Stephanie Morse has a fairly unique family and not all members live in the house.
“They are part of my family. It’s as if they are my children. Some of them live right in the backyard,” says Morse KNOE TV.
And as a regular family member, these chickens are not collected. [19659002
Morse says she dresses her chickens in costumes every Halloween.
But the CDC fools this treatment by asking people not to put on. Their pets chickens in costumes and to stop hugging them to keep her from being exposed to salmonella.
When asked how she felt she could not keep her chickens, Morse says, “I love to keep them, I love talking to those who all have names. “
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Experts like Dallas Morrell in Downsville say when the meat comes to the table, it’s up to you to be sure. 1
9659002] He may be a young farmer, but he is no spring chicken when it comes to bacteria.
“If it has any discoloration or something that’s broken, you should not eat it,” warns Morrell.
Han says it’s safer to shop locally.
“See who you get your chickens from. you are a backyard person we are, we have all our birds kept in separate cages, “he said.
Morse said she continued to let her birds stretch their stuff.