Technically she does, after she is 5 weeks old. However, by that time, she has spent her entire life indoors, and doesn't even know to walk out the door.
She was specifically bred for the industrial food chain
She goes from birth to full grown chicken in 10 weeks.
She goes from birth to full grown chicken in 7 weeks.
Often, by the time she is bred, she has grown so rapidly that she is too big to walk.
Probably, but it hasn't been scientifically proven.
He means that it takes a lot of oil to transport the food
No pesticides entered farmworker's blood streams
No nitrogen seeped into the watershed.
No soils were poisoned
No ice cream was eaten
No small children were sacrificed
No government subsidy checks were written.
Wages and working conditions for farmworkers are still pretty bad/
The food still isn't as tasty as McDonald's.
Organic factory farm chickens live only slightly better lives than non-organic factory farm chickens.
"Organic" Cattle are still fed corn, and often do not spend any real time in a pasture.