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Happy Eggs? Think again..

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
May be worth thinking twice before paying the premium for happy eggs next time..

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Not So Happy Eggs

Edited By: thrustmaster on Oct 07, 2010 00:25: link text
#2
Hope they somehow get done for it.

2.44, that chicken is alive, hope they knew that.
#3
Feel a bit cheated to be honest. Don't even want to eat the eggs in my fridge now..
Reckon I could return them to Tesco?
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thrustmaster
Feel a bit cheated to be honest. Don't even want to eat the eggs in my fridge now..
Reckon I could return them to Tesco?


keep them! halloween soon!
banned#5
just think about the non rspca farms.


enjoy your breakfast in the morning boys!

night!
#6
Easters been banned at my nieces school it's now called community unity egg day.
#7
Shows how well the RSPCA inspect these farms !
#8
I heard they make them listen to a Simon Cowell compilation tape for 10hours straight.

B******s!
banned#9
My hens are so happy.

If you can adopt one, here is the link:-

http://www.bhwt.org.uk/
[mod]#10
splatsplatsplat
I heard they make them listen to a Simon Cowell compilation tape for 10hours straight.

B******s!


http://farm1.static.flickr.com/26/43986807_782d9931d3.jpg
[mod]#11
These eggs are usually the cheapest in the supermarket.
banned#12
magicjay1986
These eggs are usually the cheapest in the supermarket.


Cheap doesn't mean cheerful does it :(
#13
deanos
Shows how well the RSPCA inspect these farms !


It's not the responsibility of the RSPCA to inspect the farms for animal welfare. They accredit them, and may inspect very infrequently, but it's the Council who inspect them for regulatory compliance.
#14
Aww thats awful. I always buy free range eggs as they dont cost much more really and I always hoped that the hens were happier than the battery farms, but on reading that (i didnt watch the video) its obviously not the case at all.

Scumbags
#15
Why not just buy direct from a local farm, £1.50 dozen free range eggs I pay and I can actually see the chickens and what they look like. There is at least 5-6 places locally I can buy free range eggs and Im not exactely out in the country!
banned#16
EBT
Why not just buy direct from a local farm, £1.50 dozen free range eggs I pay and I can actually see the chickens and what they look like. There is at least 5-6 places locally I can buy free range eggs and Im not exactely out in the country!


Adopt some, I have:-

http://www.bhwt.org.uk

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