It’s probably the tip of a Titanic-sized iceberg. Everyone likes their cheap chicken, cheap milk, cheap salmon, cheap whatever. But the nineteenth-century realities of what it takes to maintain that supply chain is lost on a populace that is being groomed to fret about immigration, whilst not having (or wanting to have) the first clue about the necessity of migrant workers in keeping the everyday low price bandwagon rolling. It’s not just chickens that have a rubbish life.