Four-eight hens are crammed into wire cages which are the size of 2 A4 sheets. They cannot even spread their wings and are totally deprived of the freedom to express their natural behaviors such as walking freely, building a nest, and bathing in sand.
The wire floor of the cage causes their feet to become sore, cracked, deformed, and bloody.
The dirty conditions and extreme confinement cause hens horrible stress, resulting in severe feather loss and drooping combs.
Sick hens are left to die and decompose among live hens who are still laying eggs -- a trauma for the hens and a health hazard for humans.