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Inside the California Egg Industry: An Undercover Investigation
Ninety-five percent of all eggs in this country are produced by hens in cramped and unhealthy battery cages, in dark and rank warehouses holding up to 125,000 birds each. A significant share of the nation's eggs come from California's Central Valley.
The standard treatment of hens violates Section 597t of the California State Penal Code, which requires that confined animals have adequate exercise space.
In order to expose this blatant violation and publicly ask why local enforcement of 597t is largely absent in California, East Bay Animal Advocates (EBAA) invites everyone to share this video with friends and family and get involved in helping to end these terrible conditions for hens once and for all.
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