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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Kerrie says she had to work 12-hour days in the chicken factory to support the family while Arf lived off her wages.
But I can't help thinking that he's having himself a real blast at The Little Chicken Factory.
Bosses from the Netherlands will greet the potential new owner at the Perthshire chicken factory, which was being spruced up yesterday.
In the new version, which is scripted by Joel and Ethan Coen, Harry has become an unhappy art curator who wants to con his boorish boss, aided by a rodeo-riding chicken factory worker (Cameron Diaz).
Bosses at the Vion-owned chicken factory in Llangefni are at loggerheads with staff about the extra bank holiday for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee on Tuesday June 5.
He said the roadblock was attacked in response to a military operation overnight against defectors sheltering around a chicken factory at the outskirts of Maarat Al-Numaan.
Some protestors are wives of farm laborers, and others, such as Lopez, work at the chicken factory Comercializadora Avicola La Granja, in the nearby municipality of Ocos, which also belongs to Ramirez.
Then there was a riot when the girls from Marshall's chicken factory thought he was taking the mickey.
The couple met while working in a chicken factory near Queensferry and had a daughter, Chloe, in 2003.
For me, the chicken factory worker who sang all the parts of Barbie Girl in a manic squeaky falsetto voice will never be topped.
The pipe was traced back to a culvert in a field next to the company's chicken factory.
And like others, notably Po Girl, they sing of the chicken factory, one of the most disturbing sites in East Vancouver--especially if you're a chicken.