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I've read something similar Gallina - if they peck out quills when new feathers are growing, they are full of blood and supposed to be tasty and adictive. So that's how they get the habit. It's only a small jump from that to pecking at their flesh though and as soon as they see blood, the darned chooks won't stop pecking!

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