Hanibelle was named so because she was cannibalizing my friend's chickens. We found her to be a personable, friendly hen. We could pick her up and she'd come when called. However, my 3 year old son has twice received welts centimeters from his eyes. Admittedly he's handled her too much, picked her up too much and basically made a playmate of her. But when he got this second peck just below his other eye, this time, I got out my machete and just let fly. My first time dressing a chicken. Not too bad, but I spoiled some of the internal organs when cleaning the cavity. The liver just was too squished to eat and I mistook the gizzard for the heart. But happy to say the soup was good. Not sure I should have put in the 3 unformed eggs from her cavity, but they tasted OK. I had been allowing the eggs to accumulate and we had 5 in the nest. I was hoping she'd start to set, but that's water under the bridge now. I'm still not sure a cannibalizing hen is more likely to peck humans or not. But I couldn't take any more chances on my son's eyesight. So we're in the market for another hen. Allen in Pensacola.