Chicken is a species that is closely related to the domestic dog and is a staple of many diets in many parts of the world.
It has been eaten in the Middle East for millennia.
In recent years, however, scientists have begun to notice that chicken is being increasingly targeted as a source of disease.
In addition to being a source for the human food supply, chicken is also a staple in many animal feeds.
In fact, the US government recently proposed a rule to require chickens to be given a label stating that they are free of disease and parasites.
The chicken industry has responded with a growing number of products that are being sold in the US to meet the growing demand.
However, many of these products are produced in an extremely inefficient way.
According to the American Chicken Council, chicken production in the United States employs around 13,000 people.
The organization states that this number could be even higher, as production is being pushed to the limit.
According a 2011 study by the Worldwatch Institute, in 2014, chickens raised in the USA accounted for over half of all all poultry production in that country.
However in the past decade, there has been a surge in the number of farms that are inhumanely raising chickens.
In 2013, more than 20% of chicken farms in the U.S. were found to be unsafe, according to the U:S.
Department of Agriculture.
And, in 2016, the Humane Society of the United states released its “HHS Food Safety Informed Consumer” report which said that more than a third of all chicken farms had serious food safety issues.
The problem of the chicken factory in the UK The United Kingdom is known as the country that breeds the best eggs in the world, which makes it a prime breeding ground for chicken production.
This is particularly true in the North of England where there are vast stretches of countryside with no roads or any other physical infrastructure.
There are even some areas where there is nothing but a few farms that have been converted into chicken factories.
In England, where chickens are often the mainstay of a diet, the problem with the problem is not so much that they have been brought to Britain.
Instead, it is that they were brought to the UK to be processed into chicken meat and eggs.
In this way, the chickens are taken from farms across the country and processed in the factory at a factory far from their native lands.
This means that they cannot be vaccinated against disease.
This also means that the chickens end up with an unhealthy diet and, eventually, an increased risk of disease, and a higher risk of dying from disease.
However there is hope that some of the UK’s chickens may be able to adapt to the conditions and feed requirements of their new environment and live longer lives.
It is estimated that about 10% of the chickens raised for chicken meat in the country will eventually end up in the slaughterhouse, according a 2016 study by Oxford University.
In the meantime, the UK has made some progress in reducing the number and size of farms producing chickens for human consumption.
The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is in the process of introducing a new feed industry, and in March, it introduced a new breed of chicken called an ovo-liver.
In August, the government announced a £10 million grant for research into the health of chickens and how to reduce the risk of infectious diseases and disease transmission in the industry.
This will enable researchers to develop ways to increase the efficiency of the farming process and improve the quality of the meat.
However it is not clear how the new breed will be able meet the requirements of the new food laws and the introduction of feed industry regulations.
What is the future of chicken farming?
The chickens will still be raised in chicken farms and will still eventually end their lives in slaughterhouses, but the chicken industry is moving towards a completely different way of farming.
The chickens are being raised to be a meat and egg supplier and, ultimately, a food supply for humans.
There is still a lot to learn about the health, welfare, and environmental effects of this new food industry and how it will impact the poultry industry in the future.
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