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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by equinelyn, Jun 28, 2011.
So watch this video. How accurate is this?
That's the life of a battery hen...
and thats a CLEAN facility... some are downright nasty
If there is not a rooster they remain edible? i dont think so i will eat fertalized eggs any day
Quote:That's one thing I heard that was weird.
Do these chicken's stop laying so soon? or do they just want the meat when they are in their "prime?"
Quote:That's actually a typical facililty.
Quote:Leghorns are too lightweight to be "prime" meat. After 2 years, their egg laying starts to slow down, so they're out with the old and in with the new to keep the profits up. Sad life for a hen.
That looked like a clean facility, but check out how pale the combs and wattles are on those poor hens!
And i thought we weren't supposed to wash eggs. They blast them on here with disinfectant. Maybe because soooo many chickens in such a small place disease is probably everywhere. Eggs probably rolled over chicken's dead bodies. I'm sure the place had everyone working overtime scrubbing the heck out of the place to make it presentable for TV!
Quote:I'd say you are wrong on all of your points. But keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better.