Out of the cage and onto the grass

Out of the cage and onto the grass: Helping pastured eggs go mainstream
By Claire Thompson, grist.org

Most lay­ing hens in the U.S. are raised in cages with up to eight other birds, with bare­ly enough space to turn around, much less walk. They eat antibiotic-laced feed made from genet­i­cal­ly engi­neered grain and the ground-up feath­ers of othe…

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