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Why are chickens like women?
“Chickens were the first farm animals to be permanently confined indoors in
automated systems based on intensive genetic selection, dietary manipulation,
antibiotics, and drugs. According to Broiler Industry magazine, ‘Poultry became
the first agribusiness because all of the factors making mechanization possible
were potentially present, not least of which was the nature of the animal itself.
Relatively large numbers of units could be handled by a single individual, in
confined areas. …A product of man’s concentration of poultry under situations
of stress is the appearance of a condition known as avian hysteria.’ ”
—Karen Davis, “The Ethics of Genetic Engineering and the
Futuristic Fate of Domestic Fowl,” 1996, Conference paper
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