Fire Destroys Commercial Egg Farm Belonging To Top US Supplier…Amid National Egg Shortage

A huge commercial egg farm in in Bozrah, Connecticut

More than 100 firefighters fought a massive blaze that destroyed the expansive chicken coop at Hillandale Farms, where the 100,000 chickens that were housed there all died.

No employees were injured in the fire, but the cause of the blaze remains under investigation, according to a statement posted on the farms website.

The fire comes amid a mysterious widespread egg shortage and accompanying price hikes.

Infowars reports: According to reports, authorities don’t yet know the cause of the fire, and fortunately no injuries have been reported.

From NBC Connecticut:

Firefighters said the fire was in a 50 foot by 600 foot operating chicken coop at Hillandale Farms on Schwartz Road.

Crews from 16 surrounding departments including Colchester, East Haddam, Salem, Gardner Lake, Lebanon, Franklin, Yantic and Sterling, Taftville, Montville, Oakdale and Lisbon and more than 100 firefighters total responded to the scene.

According to Colchester Fire Department, there were water issues and more tankers were called.

It’s unclear what may have started the fire.

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