Undercover video targets chicken industry

Undercover video targets chicken industry

MFA releases hidden footage filmed at two facilities owned by former Chick-fil-A supplier Koch Foods.

ANIMAL rights group Mercy for Animals (MFA) released another undercover video of animal abuse targeting the chicken industry and fast-food chain Chick-fil-A.

The video, released Nov. 19, shows images of workers carelessly grabbing birds, kicking birds and hastily handling the animals during transport and processing. The surveillance footage was taken at a chicken farm in Puckett, Miss., and a processing plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., owned by Chicago

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