GMO Chickens No Feathers

GMO chicken no feathers

Men designing GMO chickens to exploit their own gain, meet a new kind of GMO chicken, genetic engineering. Selective breeding is a tool used to control the natural world. This tool was used to breed chickens to look and act a certain way, meet the featherless scales GMO chicken.  

The chicken you eat may look normal, but they have been bred to grow as fat and as fast as possible. Greedy chicken has a heart rate has fast as 300 beats per minutes. Chicken has a high metabolism and find it difficult to cool down. So to prevent overheated chicken, geneticists have developed a genetically modified chicken without any feathers and scales on their feet. Therefore, the heat is dissipated through the chickens skin and legs. 

 

Geneticists were looking for a genetic solution, which means instead of cooling the environment of chickens with feathers, but instead helping them feel cool by just removing their feathers.  So, they went to the extreme by genetically cross bred chickens to remove the feathers; chickens without the gene to grow feathers. 

 

The picture you see here is the original mutant chicken- a female without any feathers with smooth skin. 

The picture below is a male GMO chicken without any feathers and scales on its feet-the scales mutation.  

The reddish color this male has means that it is mature and he is ready to mate. He is in heat of a female. It is testosterone which makes him turns to red. 

 

Having successfully bred featherless chicken, the geneticists went on farther to create a large size genetically GMO chicken. That was the next challenge, they managed to do it and bred this huge featherless genetically GMO chicken. 

These genetically GMO chickens are the result of genetic engineering. After many generations of mating the chickens with other featherless genes chickens, this is what they have ended up with—a new GMO chicken completely featherless. What is your reaction to this new genetically GMO featherless chicken? I myself was in revolt. What would the chickens say if they could speak and had a choice? Furthermore, would you eat these featherless chickens? Do you even know if you have eating a featherless genetically GMO chicken?  

 

What is the future of the featherless GMO chickens and are they going to be in our supermarkets? These genetically GMO chickens are going to be in the supermarkets in tropical countries around the world. They have already named some of the countries. For example, in Nigeria, Indonesia, and many other under develop countries. 

 

 

Should you eat chicken GMO chickens?

 

According to the book "African Holistic Health," by Dr. Afrika. The question should you eat chicken is up to every individual. Here is some facts about chicken you may have not known, and then the decision is up to you whether you should chicken or not.

 

The big chicken image above and like most other chicken feed has poison arsenic to speed up growth.  Foods given to chickens have antibiotics, tranquilizers, anti-infective agents, aspirin, stilbestrol, and pesticides. These poisonous chemicals and drugs get in the chicken’s meat, then eaten by consumers, and into your body, blood, and brain. The FDA is doing a poor job detecting all the contaminants in chickens. There is an estimate that 1 out of 5 chickens are unfit to eat, but they approve the chemicals to be use and they approve most state inspections.

 

Pesticides are injected in the Chicken to kill worms and other bacteria. The pesticides are synthetic and cancerous to both the chickens and human who eat the chickens.

 

The FDA approved stilbestrol in 1955. Stilbestrol was proven to cause cancer by the international Union against cancer in 1956, but The FDA has nothing about it.

 

Tranquilizers are given to chickens to increase growth. It is also given to cows to increase milk, and the hormone stilbestrol is given to sterile cows to produce milk, which the FDA approved.

 

The eaten of dead chicken flesh or other dead animals flesh is a personal, moral, or religious decision. The decision is up to the individual.