Organic poultry rules hinge on definition of ‘outdoors’


Issue Date: September 14, 2011
By Ching Lee

Federal rules for the production of organic eggs and poultry require farmers to give their birds outdoor access. But variations in production practices and different interpretations of the rules have caused debate over what "outdoor access" means.

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