In a cage, each hen has less space than the size of an A4 piece of paper. Caged hens cannot behave naturally. They can’t stretch out or flap their wings, forage for food, scratch in the dirt, dust bathe, socialise freely or lay their eggs in the privacy of a nest.
These days, customers are really uncomfortable with the farming methods associated with cage eggs. They prefer to choose cage-free.
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