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As a chicken farmer, I’m often asked why farmers raise chickens inside poultry houses. There are three main reasons why farmers raise chickens inside: protection from extreme weather, predators and disease....

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There comes a time to say goodbye to our feathered friends. Lauren Arbogast, @PaintTheTownAg, explains what goes into transporting chickens to processing....

Dive deeper into claims made by animal rights groups that “chickens are suffering” and get the facts. All current measurable data – livability, disease, condemnation, digestive and leg health – reflect that the national broiler flock is healthier than in years past. And breeding chickens...

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