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Two chicken farmers in Little Compton, RI and its minuscule village of Adamsville were perhaps America's first ptactioners of genetic engineering. In the 1700s, they conceived the Rhode Island Red Hen, the forbear of all brown eggs.
A cute little town that is a slice of early Americana. We did drive by the monument several times before we saw it!!! Our fault. Expecting a big chicken I guess. But worth a very big laugh at ourselves.
DOPE!!!!!!!! My Fav Thing EVEERRR!!!!!
I was driving and was like, wait...what is that??? Is that a big Red Chicken??? Must seeeee! Great beak, pretty real details. I thought it was alive at first...but realized it was just me alive lol
BUt if your are not, it is no big deal UNLESS you care a lot about chickens. It's a small plaque with chicken on it. More fun to watch the little league gamebehind it if the kids areplaying. HOmetown USA with views of salt marsh...More