The latest bird flu outbreak in South #Korea have seen 33 million fowls culled. An indigenous poultry farm in Nonsan vigilantly guards their black chicken and their nature-friendly practice poses questions about the sustainability of factory farming.
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“The problem is that people eat too much meat,” Lee explained. “If everyone ate less [meat], we wouldn’t need to keep birds in cages.”
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Yeonsan Ogye Black Chicken Farm’s owner Lee Seung-sook explains to World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF) volunteer Sophia Acosta the slight injury to the chicken’s leg that disqualified it for transportation to Sangju. (Credit: @yogurtsiu)
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