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Clockwatchers: Cagle’s says the time is up for coccidiosis and gangrenous dermatitis

Never mind days to market. At Cagle’s, Inc., where most broilers are grown to only 3.75 to 4.30 pounds, they’d prefer to measure a bird’s life in hours.
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Clockwatchers: Cagle’s says the time is up for coccidiosis and gangrenous dermatitis
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