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Pros and cons of free range chicken farming.

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Free range chicken farming is one of the best ways to grow healthy chicken. ...read more.

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they find some for themselves * The farmers can charge more money for free-range eggs/ chickens The costs of free range: * Chickens ...read more.

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Eggs can't be collected autimatically * Fewer eggs laid, especially in the winter when it's cold and dark for longer periods of time ...read more.

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