Thebunhouse wrote:I am pleased to hear the distressed chicken problem has been resolved. It does appear that the threat of bad publicity and the exposure on this forum achieved a response from the school that you had been trying to get for so long. If the school had reacted to your earliest communications there would have been no need for you to have reported this in the first place.
I cannot understand the reason the Headmistress ignored your emails and phone calls for so long, I am sure she has an answer that will satisfy our curiosity.
Perhaps not and she will ignore this forum as she ignored you for so long.
Well done Kate for your perseverance.
graham wrote:Has anyone eaten it yet?
edward woodward wrote:...because intensively reared and industrially slaughtered chickens aren't distressed?Distressed chicken doesn't taste great.
graham wrote:edward woodward wrote:...because intensively reared and industrially slaughtered chickens aren't distressed?Distressed chicken doesn't taste great.
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