PHOTOS Creative chicken feeding becomes online hit

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Creative chicken feeding becomes online hit

China Daily

15:47, December 26, 2018

A video grab shows crowds of chickens pose images of Chinese characters jixiang, which means propitiousness. In the photos, crowds of chickens pose different images of animals and Chinese characters.

A video grab shows crowds of chickens pose an image of Chinese character long that means dragon. "It is not very hard. I just need to place chickens' fodder in designed shape before feeding them," said Wang Lipeng, owner of a chicken farm in Yanshou county, Northeast China's Heilongjiang province.

A video grab shows crowds of chickens pose images of Arabic numerals 2019. Wang, 25, started his chicken farm three years ago after resigning from a real estate agency in the county.

A video grab shows crowds of chickens pose an image of Chinese character he, which means harmony. "In recent years, people concern more about health and pollution-free food become popular in the market, so I got the idea of starting the business," Wang said.

A video grab shows crowds of chickens pose an image of Chinese character ma, or horse. "I spend all my saving of about 400,000 yuan ($58,157) building the chicken farm in a mountainous area 30 kilometers from the central county, producing green chicken and eggs," Wang added.

A video grab shows crowds of chickens pose images of Chinese characters fengshou, or bumper harvest literally. "The creative methods of feeding can bring me more joy in daily life and more power to expand my business," Wang said.

A video grab shows crowds of chickens pose an image of a smiling bear.

A video grab shows crowds of chickens pose images of Chinese characters yanshou, name of the county where the chicken farm is located.

A video grab shows crowds of chickens pose an image of a cute chick. (Photos: chinadaily.com.cn)

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