Honolulu Lite: Farm hopes to save chickens

There are 11 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Jul 27, 2008, titled Honolulu Lite: Farm hopes to save chickens. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

Race horses past their prime are put out to stud or just become scenery in some green pasture.

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Numbah One

San Antonio, TX

#1 Jul 27, 2008
You can really turn a phrase. This one makes my day. I was chased by a cicken once -- they can be very nasty.
Stan

Makawao, HI

#2 Jul 27, 2008
Slugs, they also eat slugs.
I wonder if you turned them all loose in Hilo if they would eat those little Kokie frog things?

If they didn't and you wanted to get rid of them... just tell the locals that they were good to eat... and the season was closed.
TeriYaki

Mililani, HI

#3 Jul 27, 2008
Huli Huli chicken fundraiser!
Richard Richardson

Honolulu, HI

#4 Jul 27, 2008
Don't you even care about the Save the Endangered Green Chicken society's efforts at creating a sanctuary in Waikiki for retired chickens? What's with the double standard here? How about the society for the preservation of highway cruising dead scum marinated whale lard? After the last article I ran out and spent all my money helping the myriad turtles around Oahu from becoming extinct. I can't afford to support any more worthy causes.
Homer Simpson

Haskell, TX

#5 Jul 28, 2008
Shake & Bake !!!.... is that stuff still around? Well if if isn't ... then don't choke your chicken.
Anonymous

Kapaa, HI

#6 Jul 28, 2008
Gross. It makes me want to use a knife and fork instead of my fingers.

Will that make you feel any better?
HUH? HUH?

Buggah......
marasia

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Aug 4, 2008
Mr. Memminger, thank you for sharing our story with your readers. I could find names for all the hens, because they are all individuals with personalities.
Bumpy Kanahele

Honolulu, HI

#8 Aug 4, 2008
Coq au vin is the highest honor I can think of bestowing upon those hens. Yummo.
http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brow...
DoctorGeorgie

Kamuela, HI

#9 Aug 6, 2008
We launched a rescue right after your article. In a week founded home for 580 hens. We re-homed 80 of the hens to free range adoptive homes last Saturday. Many of our adoptee have went all out to build hen houses. Some are carpenter and contractors so the hen houses range from nice coop, to huge doll houses to magnificient mansion.

Since: Jul 08

Camp Coiner

#10 Aug 6, 2008
Stewing chickins going for 50 cents to a $1?
Is that per chicken or pound?
Any red hair hens with red earlobes? Looking for some brown eggs.
marasia

Honolulu, HI

#12 Aug 12, 2008
DoctorGeorgie...is it true? what you are saying about rehoming 580 hens?

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