Chicken Eye Glasses Patent Design - Art Print - 18" tall x 12" wide
SIZE: 18" tall x 12" wide
Printed on: Heavyweight Exhibition Quality Photographic Stock
About this Design: One day a farmer realized his chicken couldn't see real good so he made a part of spectacles out barb wire and the end of two small glass bottles....not really. Chicken eyeglasses, also known as chickens specs, chicken goggles, generically as pick guards and under other names, were small eyeglasses made for chickens intended to prevent feather pecking and cannibalism. They differ from blinders as they allowed the bird to see forward whereas blinders do not. One variety used rose-colored lenses as the coloring was thought to prevent a chicken wearing them from recognizing blood on other chickens which may increase the tendency for abnormal injurious behavior. They were mass-produced and sold throughout the United States as early as the beginning of the 20th century.
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