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So, my question got put on hold (again), because it's unclear what I'm asking. Thanks for closing my question without providing any commentary whatsoever, so I have no idea what's wrong with this and I can't even improve question, despite my good will.

I'm talking about this question. I rephrased it once, and it got re-opened - so I thought that now it was clear what my question is, but seems that I'm wrong.

So, what is unclear?

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thank you for asking in Meta. Overall I don't think your question is unsalvageable, however I felt that it needed more attention than it had been provided.

First of all, a huge red flag on any question is "my friend told me". Normally we want a question to be notable to a certain degree. On this particular topic, I think notability would be a requirement.

Then you limit it to Poland. Does chemistry or chicken biology work differently in Poland? I think that particular added detail could cause some confusion, and also make the question more difficult to answer.

What specifically is the claim in "presumably chicken are fed with hormones which can be unhealthy"? That chickens are fed with hormones? That this is unhealthy? That it's unhealthy to whom (people or the chickens)?

You then go on to state "as well as the meat could contain some added chemicals". What chemicals? Water is a chemical that is quite often added in food processing. Is that what you are concerned about?

Are you maybe asking about organic chicken farming?

Again, I think there is potential merit in this question, but in just three lines of text (on my screen), I was left with more questions as to what you were really skeptical about than anything.

Hope that helps.

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    I've asked him to limit to a country, because there are different laws governing how meat can be treated. – Sklivvz Sep 29 '15 at 7:29
  • Thanks for answer. At least now it's clearer. I'll thin about it, and maybe do some research and edit the question. Thanks! – MatthewRock Sep 29 '15 at 14:33
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    @Sklivvz - FWIW, health/food related laws aren't necessarily science based. Witness current Russian snit over destroying "unsafe" Western food imports. – user5341 Sep 29 '15 at 17:13

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