Efforts to ban small cages for hens worry egg producers

09/7/2010 | Washington Post, The

The recent nationwide egg recall is further fueling calls for the egg industry to stop the use of small cages to house egg-laying hens, which animal-welfare groups say is inhumane. However, major egg producers say switching to cage-free housing likely would not result in improved safety, and would increase the cost of eggs.

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