Despite previous reports, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does not warn people against disguising chickens for Halloween.
The CDC said last week that despite the wrong report, they do advise people with backyard chickens or pets to handle them carefully to keep their chickens and their family safe and healthy.
The agency warned that people could be infected with salmonella when handling live chickens. The agency also warns: "Do not kiss your birds or snuggle them up and then touch your face or mouth."
According to KNOE, some people, like Louisiana resident Stephanie Morse, treat chickens like a family. Some live in their backyard and others live in their house.
Morse dresses his chickens with costumes every Halloween.
"Her bare skin is exposed, I just like to put on a sweater to keep them warm and comfortable, and some of them have more personality, and it's good," said Morse.
At least 92 people in 29 states have been infected with a multi-drug resistant salmonella strain after coming in contact with a variety of raw chicken products. Twenty-one of the sick patients have been hospitalized, although no deaths have been reported.
The CDC also says that it is important to wash your hands with soap and water immediately after touching live poultry or coming in contact with anything in the places where they live and roam.