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‘Food, Inc.’ chicken farmer has a new, humane farm


Carole Morison is still stepping into her chicken houses in Pocomoke, Md., but now the chickens follow her. Rather than flee, they try to roost on her shoulder. Now she doesn’t have to wear a face mask, and she’s hopeful that she may be able to take antibiotics again after years of developing allergies while using Perdue’s antibiotic-laden feed

This was one of the most disturbing parts of the documentary. They looked unhappy doing it. It is amazing, the transformation they have had, and the guts it took to do it. Following one’s conscience isn’t always easy, especially when your home is on the line

At the bottom of the article, there is a bit about – I have not had a chance to read through it yet, but it looks interesting, for those of us that want to eat healthier, but don’t want to give up meat.