By Walt Hickey The second batch of sticker packs went out today! Supplies are limited, claim them while they’re still available. Eggs Five years ago, United Egg Producers pledged they would eliminate chick culling — the gruesome process by which 7 billion male chicks are killed annually — by 2020, which was huge news coming from the cooperative whose members produce 90 percent of all commercial eggs in the United States. Well, that didn’t happen in the slightest, and there is essentially no plan to phase-in the cull-free tech in the United States. Commercially available “in-ovo sexing" tech exists in Germany and France, with the former country scheduled to ban the industrial culling of male chicks from 2022 onward. A German firm, respeggt GmbH — which I assure you is far more technically innovative than their name suggests — has cull-free eggs in 6,000 supermarkets, which have an incredibly slight
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