factory farming

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factory farming

[′fak·trē ‚fär·miŋ]
(agriculture)
Raising livestock indoors under conditions of extremely restricted mobility.
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John Clark, 59, of Dundee, wrote explicit poems in the card and sent it to a former colleague at the chicken factory where she worked.
Carmont worked in a New South Wales chicken factory, sweeping the slaughterhouse floor.
His wife Elma said the lingering smell from a former chicken factory next door to the Snowie site meant locals had not been fazed by the stench.
A SMALL town was devastated yesterday after its chicken factory shut shedding 240 jobs.
Bonner, 34, pounced on them in the Marshall's Chunky Chicken factory in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.
WORKERS at a chicken factory are set to strike over holidays.
He was sent there after holding two women hostage at knifepoint during a five-hour siege at Marshall's Chunky Chicken factory in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.
Mr Dallat said the area had recently suffered a series of redundancies including 84 cuts at Customs and Revenue in Coleraine and the dismissal of more than 300 chicken factory workers.
Mr McLeod was driving from the Marshall's chicken factory near Kinross.
Chicken factory worker Mr Higgins was found stabbed in 1995 after vanishing from his home in Dalmeny.
And the Marshall Food Group announced their chicken factory in Coupar Angus, Perthshire, is to lose 188 jobs.
During the harrowing ordeal, Bonner dragged Geraldine Henderson round the chicken factory, slashed her across the forehead, threatened to slit her throat and told her he was "worse than the devil".