Hens feed have privacy areas, behind the orange flaps for laying eggs in larger enriched colony cages at J.S. West & Co., egg farm south of Livingston on June 1, 2012.
Hens feed have privacy areas, behind the orange flaps for laying eggs in larger enriched colony cages at J.S. West & Co., egg farm south of Livingston on June 1, 2012. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file photo
Hens feed have privacy areas, behind the orange flaps for laying eggs in larger enriched colony cages at J.S. West & Co., egg farm south of Livingston on June 1, 2012. Debbie Noda Modesto Bee file photo

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