HUGE chicken farm found to be pumping their birds with ketamine

Drugs 26/06/2017

Ever overdone it on fried chicken and felt a little delirious?

You finish off a chicken wings bucket and then suddenly your breathing slows right down, you get a mad case of the grease sweats, you feel all mellow, sleepy and lethargic, maybe a bit twitchy and agitated, sometimes you might even feel a little nauseous... 

Or if you've got the meat sweats real bad, you might even lose your vision or perception of colour for a second, feel a bit disassociated from your own body. 

No judgment. I've been there. 

And guess what? All those post fried chicken symptoms have something in common.  
Same thing happens when you fall down a K-hole. 

What's crazy is maybe, just maybe, YOU ARE falling down a K-hole.


The third largest chicken supplier in the U.S., Sanderson Farms, has been found to be pumping it's chickens with ketamine. 

No joke.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) tested Sanderson Farms chickens and found ketamine plus a number of other questionable substances, according to the recent complaint filed by the Organic Consumers Association, Friends of the Earth, and the Center for Food Safety. 

And most American's will have eaten Sanderson Chicken at some point. It's repackaged at most of their major supermarkets. Plus, Sanderson Farm sells chicken to restaurants including Dairy Queen, Chili’s, Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, Red Lobster, Seasons 52, and Bahama Breeze. And that's just a few.

Extra awkward seen as Sanderson Farm's launched a 100% natural campaign just last year.

If it's happening in that large a scale in the U.S... who's to say ketamine chickens aren't found elsewhere... 


Imagine throttling into a Special K trip all because you had one too many nuggies? 

Woah. Woah. Woah. 

THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS TOO MANY NUGGIES. 

Well... Now that sentiment kinda depends on whether you're into tripping balls on ketamine or not.