We are lucky in that a colleague raises chickens and ducks as pets, so she brings us eggs on a regular basis. It is amazing how much tastier these eggs are than the ones you buy at the grocery store!
Also, we have a lot of Amish nearby who raise and slaughter their own pigs and cows. So buying meat from these slaughter houses guarantees that these are not factory animals.
Unfortunately, there are no free-range chicken farms close by, so whenever we can, we buy very expensive free-range chicken from the local health-food store (they don't always have it in stock).
There is a huge chicken processing plant right outside the town where I live. Every day as I am driving to work I pass several huge semi-trucks hauling tiny cages jammed with live chickes being taken to the plant. I hate the way they are raised in houses they can't leave with literally thousands of other chickens and then they are grabbed by their legs and stuffed into cages that are about a foot tall with several other chickens and then they are driven in their open cages (no shelter from the wind) in a semi to the plant where I don't even want to imagine what happens next. Sometimes the chilkens fall out of their cages onto the road and are run over by the cars following the trucks. (I actually rescued a chicken that fell from one of these trucks and took it to live with my friend.) It is such a horrific life and a horrific death. It makes me so sad.