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February 22, 2012 12:38 PM

Thousands of hens dead at Stanislaus County egg farm

An estimated 50,000 hens were left without feed at a Carpenter Road egg farm near Turlock over about two weeks, officials said Wednesday. About a third of the hens died of starvation, and the rest are being euthanized because of their poor condition.

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