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Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

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Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road?

…To get the new edition of the Farmers’ Almanac, of course!

For fun, here are some of our favorite chicken jokes:

On what side does a chicken have the most feathers?
The outside.

How do chickens dance?
Chick to chick.

(Continued Below)

Why couldn’t the hen find her eggs?
Because she mislaid them.

What’s the best kind of car to be driving when you want to play chicken?
A coupe.

What do you call a chicken crossing the road?
Poultry in motion.

Why didn’t the chicken skeleton cross the road?
Because she didn’t have enough guts.

Check out our raising backyard chicken tips in our 2017 Farmers’ Almanac.

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1 Shelley { 08.17.16 at 7:15 am }

Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to the other side, right?
But why did the monkey cross the road?
He was stapled to the chicken.

2 Joyce { 08.16.16 at 12:05 pm }

Good one, Brian!

3 Brian { 08.16.16 at 11:25 am }

Why did the chicken cross the road? To show the possum it could be done.

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