Metro Nashville Animal Care and Control confiscates 368 animals.
A French man who was caught sexually abusing a chicken had been granted a three-month suspended prison sentence, New York Post reported.
The trending chicken in one Facebook video is real. The monstrous animal is a Brahma chicken that can grow up to 18 pounds.
Chickens have the ability to present distinct personalities, outmaneuver one another, determine specific order of things and reason by deduction.
An emerging research from Michigan State University made the shocking discovery that Campylobacter jejuni, a common bacteria that has been identified to trigger Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GB) in people, can still thrive in chicken that has not been cooked based on the required minimum internal temperature.
The Alabama Department of Public Health blames the chicken served at a wedding last November 12 for the recent outbreak of salmonella that sickened nearly 100 in Colbert County.
Researchers from Washington University in St. Louis have discovered chicken bones from Ethiopia that could explain how domesticated chickens crossed ancient roads and seas.
Twitter is not only a venue for rants and raves, musings and thoughts, and of status updates of celebrities. It can be possibly a venue for researchers to find out about Twitter users' health by analyzing their tweets.
A new study from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed that there is an association between the salmonella outbreaks and the rising trend of keeping chickens as pets.
KFC releases a new SPF30 sunscreen that can protect the skin against UV rays while leaving your body to smell like healthy fried-chicken.
Sleeping next to a live chicken is a more natural way of repelling malaria-causing mosquitoes, study finds.
Backyard chickens living in spacious coops with access to the great outdoors carry more ticks, mice and lice than their poultry farm-raised counterparts. Researchers from the University of California, Riverside, hope their study will help chicken owners implement more effective methods of parasite prevention.
A study on a breed of farmbirds known as Plymouth Rock chickens suggests evolutionary differences can be observed on a much shorter time scale than previously thought.
A recent Cornell University study examined where the worst, or more painful, place to get stung is. After enduring multiple stings throughout 25 different places on his body, graduate student Michael Smith discovered one's nose is the most sensitive.
Scientists have managed to successfully 'reverse evolve' the beaks of chicken embryos. The result very closely resembles the maws of long-gone dinosaurs, bolstering theories about the evolution of flight and - most stunningly - the potential to recreate prehistoric ancestors.