A German court has approved the mass culling of 50 million male chicks right after hatching. Farms say only the female chicks are profitable - because they lay eggs and yield more meat.
The outbreak of avian flu that decimated farmed and wild birds around the world and in Germany in 2016 doesn't show signs of letting up in 2017. But experts disagree on the causes behind the outbreak.
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