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“I wonder if he realized that he’d just compared his breeding parrots to slaves”. “I’m a capitalist. I’m in business. No personal relationships with the parrots.” “They’re breeding machines. It’s no life for a thinking animal.”

No-Fly Zone, Page 3: Inside a Parrot Mill

Mass production means packed cages, motherless chicks, and storage bin nests

All Animals magazine, March/April 2013

Now in his mid-60s and nearing retirement, Voren has sensitive pink skin, his hair is gray and thinning, and his eyes are piercingly smart. I met him at his home in Loxahatchee, Fla.—once the epicenter of the U.S. parrot business—where his 10-acre breeding facility is hidden behind fences on the outskirts of Palm Beach. click here for more and bird breeding farm images

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