Did someone lose their chicken? As seen running around Brooklyn Bridge Park at 6pm yesterday evening.
(Thanks to Brian Floca for the photos.)
[...] After a pristine pelican sighting by the water in Queens, a bright white cage-free chicken was spotted by Dumbo [...]
Saw the same chicken after dark, standing stupefied, seemingly barely alive, at the water's edge under the Manhattan Bridge. Was a strange and unnerving sight.
What is the status of this chicken does anyone know? It looks like it may have escaped from a live kill spot or literally fell off the truck. It looks like it's debeaked and the feathers are a little thin around the neck.
The chicken, now named Lulu, is alive and well at a farm in Connecticut happily laying eggs…..
[...] Formisano, who oversees 3,000 pounds of chicken a day plus a Noah’s Ark of other livestock from lamb to partridge, told Warner he’s been “pushing for organic poultry for years now, and the dream is finally coming true.” Bensonhurst’s La Pera proves to be miles ahead of Northern Brooklyn in terms of both idea and execution. Their chickens, which are currently free range, come from small and medium sized family farms in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, not under the Manhattan Bridge. [...]
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