But where are the farms?

Poultry farming is widespread in all countries of the world. The activity takes place in the countryside, in one or more sheds averaging 10 metres wide and 100 metres long, large enough to optimise economies of scale, with silos at one end. Because of the health and reliability of its production, its adaptability to various regional cuisines and the absence of religious vetoes, chicken meat is the most widely consumed meat in the world.