Is there a difference between caged eggs and free range eggs? I mean the birds aren’t going to know the difference. One walks under open blue skies and the other sits in a cage. Really one bird isn’t going to know it’s in cage prison and the other will know it’s a free bird able to roam the prairies. But wait a minute maybe there really is a difference between the two. It has been a hotly debated subject among both sides. The caged eggs side vs. the open range egg side. One side cries “let the birds have their freedom and it’s cruel to lock them in cages.” “The other side says it don’t make a difference that they are caged.” Besides, when the birds are caged isn’t easier for the owners to watch the birds? Out in the open range they are exposed to natural predators and may wander to far from home.