To explain what has been called an egg glut, we can look at egg laying hens, at the changing number of eggs they produce, and at our egg consumption.
Sort of like coach or first class, most of the chickens that lay our eggs live in a battery or a colony cage. In the typical cage called the battery, a chicken has 67 square inches. By contrast, colony cages…
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