Crazy Rooster Spectacles

Farmers in China have thought of a bizarre new way to stop their Roosters from fighting with each other – by giving them GLASSES. The roosters at a chicken farm in Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China, have had plastic ‘anti-peck’ glasses (pictured) so that they cannot see clearly and will stop fighting each another. According to farm owner Xhang Xiaolong the Roosters are far less aggressive and have less cannibalistic tendencies when wearing the glasses.

Farmers in China have thought of a bizarre new way to stop their Roosters from fighting with each other - by giving them GLASSES. The roosters at a chicken farm in Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China, have had plastic 'anti-peck' glasses (pictured) so that they cannot see clearly and will stop fighting each another. According to farm owner Xhang Xiaolong the Roosters are far less aggressive and have less cannibalistic tendencies when wearing the glasses.

Farmers in China have thought of a bizarre new way to stop their Roosters from fighting with each other - by giving them GLASSES. The roosters at a chicken farm in Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China, have had plastic 'anti-peck' glasses (pictured) so that they cannot see clearly and will stop fighting each another. According to farm owner Xhang Xiaolong the Roosters are far less aggressive and have less cannibalistic tendencies when wearing the glasses.

Farmers in China have thought of a bizarre new way to stop their Roosters from fighting with each other - by giving them GLASSES. The roosters at a chicken farm in Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China, have had plastic 'anti-peck' glasses (pictured) so that they cannot see clearly and will stop fighting each another. According to farm owner Xhang Xiaolong the Roosters are far less aggressive and have less cannibalistic tendencies when wearing the glasses.

Farmers in China have thought of a bizarre new way to stop their Roosters from fighting with each other - by giving them GLASSES. The roosters at a chicken farm in Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China, have had plastic 'anti-peck' glasses (pictured) so that they cannot see clearly and will stop fighting each another. According to farm owner Xhang Xiaolong the Roosters are far less aggressive and have less cannibalistic tendencies when wearing the glasses.