In nature, a hen will cluck to her chicks before they even hatch while she sits on the eggs in her nest. They peep back to her through their shells. In factory farms, eggs are taken from the mother as soon as they are laids—a chick will never meet his or her parents.

In nature, a hen will cluck to her chicks before they even hatch while she sits on the eggs in her nest. They peep back to her through their shells. 

In factory farms, eggs are taken from the mother as soon as they are laids—a chick will never meet his or her parents.