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Battery Chickens Live Lives Of Luxury

by | 4th, January 2008

“THIS tiny space is about the area that a battery chicken has for 40 days of its life before it is slaughtered and sold for £2.50 in a supermarket,” says the Independent.

The Anorak looks at the dotted line and notes that “THE TRUE COST OF CHEAP CHICKEN” is madness.

With property prices such as they are, it is clear that chickens are being treated better than the many humans who can find no affordable housing and are forced into debt.

Indeed, if a chicken were given that much space in London, it would need to retail at £2,176 a leg to be economically viable…



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