breeding Tag

A chicken farmer's number one priority is maintaining the health of the flock. Chicken farmers regularly check on the chickens to make sure they’re thriving.
Debunking the Myth that Chickens are “Suffering”

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...

Chickens
What is the difference between faster- and slower-growing chicken?

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Chickens are examined for feel, weight, observable health.
How are Today’s Chickens Bred?

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There are no added hormones or steroids in any chicken meat
Hormones: Should I look for chicken that is labeled as having no added hormones?

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