Keep Corporate Poultry Out Of Your House

December 2013
Progressive Populist;12/1/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 21, p14
The author encourages Americans to avoid buying poultry produced by the biggest chicken producers, claiming that they eat up most of the profit in the supply chain, use unfair contracts, and leave the farmers to shoulder all the responsibility of dealing with the waste.


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