Why a company is spending millions of dollars to make its chicken hollow

Zam Zam poultry, the US-based chicken producer behind the ZAM brand, has spent millions of $ in the past three years to manufacture hollow feathers.

The company is now using the money to buy a new manufacturing facility in the state of Michigan, according to documents filed with the state Department of Agriculture.

It is not clear if the new facility will make hollow feathers, which are also known as “machinery feathers” and are the most popular way to make chickens.

The US Department of Health and Human Services estimates that about 40 million chicken feathers are used each year.

The chicken maker says the new plant will be used for the manufacture of chicken feed, feed supplements, and other products for domestic and international markets.

Zam Zam said it was not the first company to purchase the new factory in Michigan.

It bought the facility in 2009.

In 2011, Zam zams poultry company bought the factory for $1.1 million.

The new plant is a two-story facility, which the company plans to expand to eight floors.

The plant has been operating since 2012, when the company bought a factory in Florida.

The US Food and Drug Administration says it will continue to review the company’s feathers manufacturing processes.