Rand Paultry, Isolationus Chipofftheblockicus, is a bantam, mostly known for stewing. The word "paultry" comes from the French/Norman word poule, itself derived from the Latin word 'pullout', which echoes its distinctive call. (Not to be mistaken as "paltry", which describes its contribution to modern politics.)
Although the hen is not a prolific layer, the Rand Paultry has been known to lay a rather large egg from time to time. In captivity, the species does not require its wings to be clipped, as it seldom strays far from the coop or henhouse. The Rand Paultry is extremely near sighted, and is often at risk, seemingly oblivious to any predator not yet actually inside its yard. Oddly, that does not prevent him from viciously attacking his own.
Rand Paultry aficionados deny any flavor of isolationism, insisting that it's more like non-intervention, but it still tastes like chicken!
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