Generally, you have a right to take photos and videos of public places and the people within them.
But if you are taking photos or videos in a way that is offensive or a nuisance to those around you, this can be a crime.
According to Choice, the Model Code of Practice for the Welfare of Animals: Domestic Poultry (the Model Code) states that free range eggs should be produced by hens who have access to an outdoor area during daylight hours for a minimum of eight hours per day, shaded areas and shelter from rain and windbreaks and that there is a maximum of 1500 hens per hectare.
Choice places Manning Valley Free Range Eggs with Pace Farm, Farm Pride, Woolworths and Coles as producers with 10,000 hens per hectare.
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This includes homes, shops, sport and performance venues, museums and galleries, schools and similar places.
These places can make rules that ban people from photographing or recording any part of the space or the people within it (unless they can be seen from a public space).
Owner Peter Matuszny requested the Manning River Times refer to a statement on its website for comment about the content of the Choice report.
In part the statement describes the Choice report as "misleading" and says it "makes several inaccurate statements about Manning Valley's free range practices and stocking densities." It also states the family wasn't "contacted by Choice before releasing the article to confirm stocking densities"."Choice's article says that Manning Valley has a stocking density of 10,000 birds per hectare.