What do factory farming and organic farming have in common?

[1] In theory and in practice, the two tend to be direct opposites of each other. [2] But the two actually do hold in common an attempt to control the endproduct. [3] But the similarity stops there. For factory farming seeks to make the most profit at the lowest cost, and in the fastest time. And it does so by confining its animals and subjecting them to antibiotics, growth regulators, and hormones. [4] In contrast, organic farming seeks to produce the healthiest product in the healthiest of environments. [5] So factory farming's choke collar is finances, and organic's is health.