19 Oct '17, 3pm

Read Organic Bytes #565: Big, Bad Chicken #factoryfarms #regenerativeag #organic

Walk in to any Costco store, and you’ll be greeted by the smell of roasting chicken. Mmm mmm good—for your nose, maybe. But Costco’s $4.99 rotisserie chickens are bad for the environment, bad for farmers, bad for chickens and bad for your health. Costco is a leading seller of organic produce. Yet when it comes to meat, the retail giant is big on cheap chicken. So big, that Costco wants to build the largest factory farm chicken operation in the U.S., in Fremont, Neb. (population under 26,500). Unfortunately, the project has the support of a majority of Fremont’s city council members. But a group of citizens representing the millions of people in surrounding towns say it’s their waterways that will be polluted by Costco’s cheap chicken farms. They point out that the majority of Nebraskans, approximately one million, will see water quality decline as a result of poultry litte...

Full article: https://www.organicconsumers.org/bytes/organic-bytes-565-...

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