A Tyson Foods factory farm in Wilmington, Delaware, was allegedly captured on video by animal rights group Mercy for Animals (MFA).
In the disturbing footage you're about to see, there are some significant instances of animal abuse.
Among them, MarketWatch reports, are workers violently clubbing animals to death, breaking their necks; leaving severely sick and injured animals to die without food or water; and baby birds thrown to the ground from transport crates, suffering broken bones and other severe injuries.
"Tyson Foods is literally torturing chickens to death," said MFA's president, Nathan Runkle in a press release.
"They are crammed into filthy, windowless sheds, thrown, kicked, and brutalized by careless workers, and bred to grow so fast they suffer from painful leg deformities and heart attacks. This is sickening animal abuse no company with morals should support. Tyson Foods has not only the power, but also the ethical responsibility to end the worst forms of cruelty to animals in its supply chain."
If animal abuse is too hard on the eyes, you may want to not click the play button. The video below is graphic in nature.