“This society knows very little about chickens, but it interferes," and not just in chickens, but in all agricultural production. These are the words of Mário Penz, from Cargill Brazil, which are very illustrative of what it is happening today.
At the end of November, five organizations in favor of animal protection met in La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico, at a summit to form a coalition that leads to cages being finally vetoed in laying hens of the largest egg producer of Latin America.
The last episode of the soap opera of imports of corn and soy featuring Mexico and the United States is still to be released. It is not known if there will be a divorce or not, and what will be the path that both protagonists will take.