But in the move toward cage - free eggs, feelings appear to trump the . The hens live in a converted garage, and are free to wander outside.
Demand for cage - free eggs is soaring. But it took a long And many are finding the lives of caged chickens too rough to stomach. Pictures of.
It's not a clear choice which of the possible living conditions for egg-laying hens -- enriched cages, cage - free systems, free-range setups. One such scientist, Nobel Prize winner Dr. Despite increasing community awareness about their plight, the vast majority of egg-laying hens live this way, warehoused with hundreds of thousands of other birds. The science of animal welfare, as practised by Dr. It also had a cascading effect. Rumors of wing shortages brought on a wing hoarding frenzy.