I don't think that will be necessary. The chickens and eggs we eat are raised here in the USA, USDA inspected and all that.
Quite frankly, I don't think free range chickens are all they are cracked up to be. My dad, who grew up on a farm, used to call them grasshopper chickens, and that was fairly discreet, considering what all they eat. I know several people around here who raise their own "good country" chickens, and, to me, they have a "strong" taste.
I'd rather have a Tyson
The problem comes from people in Asia who live in close proximity with their animals.There is a very informative article about it in the last National Geographic. The virus keeps mutating until it spreads from the animals to the people, then person to person. Now that there are so many people traveling to all corners of the world, it doesn't take long for something like that to spread.
I think our best defense against the flu is to keep our bodies healthy and put the right things in it. Our bodies have built-in defenses that work very well, but just like your automobile engine, if you put junk in it, it can't run efficiently. The right food, sufficient liquid intake, enough sleep, exercise, and a good mental state will be our best defense against illness.
That being said, I have RA, which is an auto-immune disease, and this threat is pretty scary to me.
We get by with a little help from our friends