"People are more concerned about where their food comes from," he said. "People are very, very concerned. There is no reason why animals shouldn't be treated in a reasonable manner."
"We sit back and we see the demand at the retail level and at the food service level," Radlo said. "And people want this. We just are giving people what they want. People are even willing to pay more."
If you could afford to pay more for food that was treated in a "humane" way, would you? I am totally against cruelty to animals, but bottom line -- I would still EAT the poor thing, even if it was brought up in the finest henhouse around.
Is this a bit silly or am I just mean? Read the story here.