In most cases the animals never see daylight, breath fresh air, or see dirt. As a matter of fact that is viewed as detrimental to the operation (who knew that sunlight, fresh air, and dirt are dangerous).
The realities of how most food is grown is relatively unknown to those outside of the operators and the companies, like Perdue, that make the contracts.
This is starkly different from a farm like ours, where you can come anytime to see how we raise and care for the food you will eat and feed to your family. As consumers you should make yourself aware of the realities of cheap food.
In the video below, a Purdue contract farmer, gives you an inside look to how CAFO chicken is raised and what typical conditions are like in the barns.
Why do I not believe that?