Yes no yes no yes no. Every site has a different opinion on feeding meat to chickens. I see several articles here supporting it. My opinion is that they're omnivorous and they readily eat carrion, so they must be built for it! My girls are BANANAS about meat, especially raw game. I do some taxidermy work, and whenever I'm out in the yard skinning out a deer, the hens are literally climbing over me to get at it. They go at it like vultures! They also L O V E cooked fowl and poultry- and fish. No it doesn't creep me out, it's nature. Once I threw a raw wild duck to the dogs, and the chickens actually chased them off and claimed the carcass for their own! I came back out to find the chickens pecking the last morsels off of the breast bone. That kind of freaked me out (raw fowl and all) but that was 9 months ago and everyone's happy and spunky! What do others notice about their chickens' relationship with meat? How does it affect them? What have you heard/noticed health wise?