The CHEQ™ program is a comprehensive set of good production practices and record-keeping that covers a wide range of areas in hatching egg production. Click here to learn more about how CHEQ assures food safety.Learn More
Animal health and welfare are CHEP’s top priorities. Click here for information on steps hatching egg producers are taking to demonstrate high animal welfare standards for their birds.Learn More
CHEP is a leader in on-farm workplace training. We’ve partnered with the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC) to develop the AgriSkills program for Canadian hatching egg producers, which lets employees learn as they work right on the farm.Learn More
View the latest news and updates from CHEP here, including CHEP’s annual report on the Canadian hatching egg industry and updates on trade negotiations.
Despite its benefits, supply management has been weakened by recent trade deals, giving foreign nations greater access to Canadian markets and making us more vulnerable to changes in the global economy, as well as natural disasters and conflicts abroad. One of the lasting effects of the pandemic is that Canadians are now more sensitized to […]Read More
Kelvin and Kayla farm with Kelvin’s parents in southern Manitoba. They operate a broiler breeder barn where they raise chickens and roosters, and provide fertilized eggs to other chicken farms across the province. These chickens are essentially the parents of the birds that are raised for meat. The farm provides them a unique opportunity to […]Read More