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Discussion in 'Raising Baby Chicks' started by BarredBuff, Jan 11, 2010.
I saw this on a hatchery website I dont know what it means, do you?
It has something to do with a bone they remove in a chickens wing to prevent flight. I think that' swhat it is.
De-winging is where they remove the outer-most tip of the wing where the primary flight feathers grow to keep the chickens from being able to fly.
How funny, I read that as 'doing' (Pron.) instead of de-wing? Couldn't figure it out...