I don’t know what came first, the chicken or the egg. I do know the chicken rental came much, much later. Yeah, that’s right; I said chicken rental.
Many folks have considered putting chickens in their backyard to have fresh eggs, but have no idea whether the effort would be worth the investment. A couple in Pennsylvania have stepped in with a business called Rent the Chicken. They supply laying-age chickens, a coop, accessories, feed, and instructions from May to November.
Jenn Thompkins graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a degree in business entrepreneurship, and the fledgling company serves residents of Armstrong, Butler and Indiana counties.
Can they be rented for bachelor parties? I guess there could be worse things than renting chickens; there could be a business dedicated to choking them.