ZhongAn is billing the program—called “GoGo Chicken”—as a way for health-conscious city slickers to follow the life cycle of their food, giving them an illusory experience of being just a little less displaced from a food system that is increasingly out of sight of most. Right now only 100,000 birds have been outfitted with GPS bracelets, but the Shanghai-based company plans to incorporate about 23 birds into project over the next three years, pushing the Internet of Things onto Chinese farms, according to the South China Morning Post.



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