Dying ChicksBy injecting the eggs with dye. To produce festive chicks for Easter. Yes, really. Oh, and the farm insists that the dyes don't contain chemicals, by the way. Yes, indeed.
Apparently, people also do this with rabbits (presumably they are dyed after birth, though) but Google just turns up pictures of fur products.
From the same company, this leaflet is an odd mixture of cute chicken drawings and dubious practices outlawed in Europe.
Dyed adult chickens.
Also, dyed fish, by direct injection on dye into fish. Hmm. And laser-engraved fish. According to the company, they "only [use] low intensity laser beams."; no Death Stars here! Apparently, there's very little definite information available on just how fish are dyed; the ornamental fish industry is extremely secretive.
Found while searching for details: "It shall be unlawful to keep or harbor any bees in the city." I wonder is anyone ever brought up on charges of 'harbouring bees'?
In other chicken news...
I love Google, I really do.