Towns mixed on raising livestock in backyards
KIRKLAND – When Tiffany and Brandon Wiegartz of Kirkland watched “Food, Inc.” and saw the poor treatment of chickens and how many antibiotics they were fed, they thought twice about what their family ate.
They were surprised to learn that chickens in some places were kept in cages with less than a square foot of living space.Their beaks were also trimmed to keep them from pecking the chicken in front of them.
“That was enough for me to go, ‘yeah, I’m not going to support this anymore,’ ” Brandon Wiegartz said.
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