Maine mulls legislation mandating cage-free eggs

ALL IN ONE BASKET: Heather Retberg collects eggs at the Quill’s End Farm in Penobscot, Maine, in this 2016 file photo. Debate is heating up in Maine over state legislation that requires cage-free facilities for chickens that lay eggs for commercial consumption.  / AP FILE PHOTO/ROBERT F. BUKATY
ALL IN ONE BASKET: Heather Retberg collects eggs at the Quill’s End Farm in Penobscot, Maine, in this 2016 file photo. Debate is heating up in Maine over state legislation that requires cage-free facilities for chickens that lay eggs for commercial consumption. / AP FILE PHOTO/ROBERT F. BUKATY
Maine might join a growing number of states that require cage-free facilities for chickens that lay eggs for commercial consumption, but some industry advocates have concerns about what it would mean for businesses. Democratic Rep. Maggie O’Neil of Saco has proposed requiring producers that sell eggs in the state to follow guidelines including cage-free housing…

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