To what extent would raising brain dead chicken be ethical?
André Ford, an architecture student from the U.K proposed his 'Headless Chicken Solution" for a project at the Royal College of Art in which he was asked to look for sustainable solutions to the U.K.'s farming inefficiencies.
These chickens are typically raised in overcrowded, dark rooms. After they've grown for a few weeks, they go through a process in which an automated machines cuts their throats before dipping them in scalding water to remove feathers. But the method is imperfect, and some chickens are still conscious when dipped, while some of them miss the throat-cutter entirely.
Ford's idea is to spare chickens pain and suffering while maximizing space and production capability at the same time.
The science is simple: remove the chicken's cerebral cortex and thus remove its sense perception.
Some countries interested with the idea of this factory. Because it also make possible to buy chicken cheaper and help childrens who has some trouble with luck of food.
What do you think about this?