Presentation on theme: "CHICKENS!!! BY: Peter Klein. WHERE DID IT COME FROM? By 1400 B.C., the Chinese were raising and breeding chickens for meat and eggs. Shortly thereafter,"— Presentation transcript:
WHERE DID IT COME FROM? By 1400 B.C., the Chinese were raising and breeding chickens for meat and eggs. Shortly thereafter, chickens were exported to Egypt and--long before the Christian era--became a livestock staple in Rome and Greece. In 43 A.D., Roman invaders introduced the chicken to England.
PRACTICAL USES! CHICKENS TODAY ARE USE FOR MAINLY TWO VERY IMPORTANT JOBS. TO GIVE US EGGS SO WE CAN SCRAMBLE THEM BOIL THEM AND YES EVEN PAINT THEM. LAST BUT NOT LEAST SOME GOOD OLD FASHIONED CHICKEN. WHETHER ITS FRIED OR GRILLED CHICKEN IT’LL ALWAYS BE A TASTY TREAT!
CHICKEN OR THE EGG??? THIS ARGUMENT HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR AGES AND IS STILL THE HOT TOPIC. SUCH AS IF THE EGG CAME FIRST HOW DID IT GET THERE??? OR THE CHICKEN HOW DID THAT GET THEIR BECAUSE IT WOULD HAVE GOTTEN THERE BY AN EGG.