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Catch ‘em and eat ‘em

Dear Sir,

There have been 22,500 feral chickens culled over past three years.

I appealed countless time to the former PLP Government and to the One Bermuda Alliance to have cages placed around the Island in the areas of the free range chickens.

Then once captured and collected, take them to Pender Hill Prison Farm where they can be utilised, providing eggs to the Co-Ed Prison as well as the Prison Farm.

Once the numbers increase they can eventually be served for dinner.

What's wrong with this idea of saving the dollars that are spent annually on eggs and chicken meat?

RAYMOND JC RAY

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Published March 10, 2015 at 9:00 am (Updated March 10, 2015 at 1:57 am)

Catch ‘em and eat ‘em

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