I Will Never Dress A Chicken Nor Stand In Waist-High Snow

Augusta, Maine farmstand 40s from Okrent's "The Way We Were"
Augusta, Maine farmstand 40s from Okrent’s “The Way We Were”
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      • When we pumped them full of hormones to grow them faster, right? “Most of the nearly nine billion chickens raised in the U.S. for their meat each year are selectively bred to grow so large, so fast that they can barely move or stand. With unnaturally large “white meat” breasts and bones that can’t support their obese and disproportionate bodies, many of these birds spend most of their lives lying down in their own waste with open sores and wounds that act as gateways to infection.” Yum! Thanks, America.

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