We wrote about the trend almost two years ago (see "Clucking around," July 28, 2010). Many of the chicken owners we interviewed spoke only on condition of anonymity, fearing reprisals from neighbors or code enforcement crackdown on their backyard hatchery operations; perhaps now they can emerge from the shadowy egg underworld. If there's anyone who should be hiding, it's factory farming companies who do things like this.
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