Tee-hee. I saw ten of those in Sunday, REAL ones.
One small flowershop in my mum's hometown had about-a week old chickens in their display window next to all this Easter decoration nicknacks.
They had substitute hen in one corner of the box so the chicken could crawl under it's wings, thou all 10 didn't fit there at once. They had heating lamp and oatfleaks as food. And water in shallow plate-like container (actually it was can of large tin coffeejar turned upside down, I think)
One of the chicken lookd like it wasn't full healthy. It sat in the farest corner from the heatinglamp, and unlike others, it was quite apatethic. Thou I saw it eating some oatfleaks later.
My friend, who raises country breed of hen is definetly gonna have chickens again this spring running around in his farmyard. One chick is actually brooding set of eggs right now. I need to take photos of those then
Unlike these "factory breed" hens chicken who are all similar yellow/white, the country breed's chicken vary in color. They can be brown, white with black spots, rust orange or even pitch black. And thus they are easy to recognize from each other almost since very beginning it's easy to name them unlike to yellow/white chicken who look quite like clones Little yellow chicken #1, little yellow chicken #2, little yellow chicken #3...