Hens will have room to spread out, based on California laws that kick in on Jan. 1. Foes of confinement would prefer that all chicken ranches keep their hens outside of cages. Prices for eggs are expected to go up as growers pass along their extra costs.
Hens will have room to spread out, based on California laws that kick in on Jan. 1. Foes of confinement would prefer that all chicken ranches keep their hens outside of cages. Prices for eggs are expected to go up as growers pass along their extra costs. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file
Hens will have room to spread out, based on California laws that kick in on Jan. 1. Foes of confinement would prefer that all chicken ranches keep their hens outside of cages. Prices for eggs are expected to go up as growers pass along their extra costs. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file

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