Chickens and Roosters

Ellen By Ellen, 15th Nov 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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When doing a commercial or television show the producers and directors should know the difference between a rooster and a chicken.

Chickens and Roosters

I have noticed recently that when watching television shows or commercials that it is obvious the directors or producers do not know the difference between a chicken and a rooster. A rooster is bigger and more colorful and crows every morning at dawn to wake everyone up. The chicken is the female and is not as colorful as the male and lays eggs every day that are either raised into more chickens or roosters or eaten for breakfast or other meals.
When a television director or producer is doing a television show or commercial and there has to be a chicken in the program, make sure that you have a chicken and not a rooster. It does not make the commercial or television show realistic when people are talking about how many chickens they have on the farm when there is a rooster in the background and no chickens in sight.
Look on the internet of images of what a rooster and chicken look like and this will help with your television shows and your commercials. Do your research even if it is about farm animals because you may know how to direct and produce, but from what I have seen nobody who works in the television directing field or as a producer knows anything about chickens and roosters.

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Colorful, Crowing, Differences, Egg Laying, Farm Animals, Female, Male

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I write children's stories. Have one book published, Working on another children's book. It is a series.

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author avatar Mark Gordon Brown
16th Nov 2013 (#)

This is so true, I have sometimes seen other mistakes too such as when they get goats and sheep mixed up, or bulls and steers mixed up, or llamas and alpacas.

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author avatar cnwriter..carolina
16th Nov 2013 (#)

how fun and how true too...thank you Ellen...

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
16th Nov 2013 (#)

Nice post!

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author avatar Ellen
16th Nov 2013 (#)

Thanks everyone for all the comments. I had no idea that so many animals were getting mixed up on television. I think they need some lessons.
Bless you all.

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