Farm where 4 000 chickens starved to death is a government-funded project – SPCA

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Johannesburg – The SPCA has revealed that the Carletonville farm where decaying carcasses of more than 4 000 chickens were found is a government-funded project.

The SPCA made the grim discovery early this month where they found the carcasses of the chickens that had died of starvation after getting a tip-off.

Only 19 chickens were alive but they were dehydrated and starving.

According to the SPCA’s Keshvi Nair, they were unsure of how long exactly the animals were there “but it is evident that it would have been an extended period of time seeing that the animals appeared to have starved to death”.

Nair also said when they arrived at the farm, there was no one working there except for a man who was no longer an employee as he had resigned three months prior to the SPCA’s inspection.

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Out of spite, the human beings pretended not to believe that it was Snowball who had destroyed the windmill: they said that it had fallen down because the walls were too thin. The animals knew that this was not the case. Still, it had been decided to build the walls three feet thick this time instead of eighteen inches as before, which meant collecting much larger quantities of stone.
 

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The chickens and the plot on which they were found, Nair said, are shared between multiple farmers.
If multiple "farmers" can't even the chickens alive, they have no right being called farmers. We are truly fvcked.

Maybe I'm an idiot, but I can't see how human beings can allow that to happen.
 

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How hard can it be to feed fkn chickens????
Seen it all before. "Farmers" are given chicks and feed. They sell the feed for cash and piss it against the wall.

Same with maize. The government comes and land preps and plants. They then come 2 weeks later with fertiliser, but the "farmers" sell it on the side of the road like pockets of potatoes.
 

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The only worker on the farm at the time, Tebogo Moekaedi, and his family said he had been there for two months without pay and with nothing to feed the animals.
Surely he could've called KFC, Chicken Licken, Zebros, Hungry lion or Nando's etc.?
 

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after getting a tip-off

no one working there except for a man who was no longer an employee as he had resigned three months prior

Coincidence?
 
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