A few questions you may want to answer:
1: Are you vegetarian or vegan?
2: If yes WHY did you decide to become vegetarian/vegan.
3:If you are, how long have you been vegetarian/vegan.
4: Would you ever consider becoming vegan/vegetarian (if a meat eater)
I would consider being a vegetarian, at least most days of the week. There is so many more options now than just tofu and veggies that I am now aware of - it makes it actually appealing to me. Also meat is getting very expensive for my budget, so I am incorporating some legumes, chickpea and vegetable dishes in my weekly menu just to keep my costs lower. I am also grateful that Tofu is not my only option lol
5: Do you feel healthier/less healthy since going vegetarian/vegan (if vegetarian/vegan)
6: How are your energy levels/iron levels etc (i guess both could answer this)
they are good, my iron is always in a very healthy range, although my energy could use a boost lol
7: Do you take a vitamin suppliment. (i guess both could answer that too)
I take omega3 fish oil, ginkgo biloba (memory assistant) , magnesium and a multi-vitamin
On the battery/cage eggs that I have seen others answer (understanding that it has been removed due to the animal rights thread) I only buy cage eggs due to cost. I simply can not afford the $6+ for 12 free range eggs when i can buy them for 2.59 a doz. it is a purely cost thing and I rarely buy them due to the guilt I feel over the hens conditions - although many are getting better due to scandals and awareness of the conditions they have been forced to live in, the authorities are attempting to regulate this area more thoroughly.
and as I am aware - there are no factory farms in Australia, but I do admit i don't really know.