Canada’s dairy, poultry, and egg farmers support Bill C-282

Ask a Farmer: What is a broiler hatching egg farm?

Michael Kautzman is the General Manager of the Saskatchewan Broiler Hatching Egg Producers. This group represents farmers who raise the chickens that produce broiler eggs instead of the kind of eggs that you buy in the grocery store. These eggs hatch into the chickens that are raised for their meat. Michael recently toured a brand-new broiler hatching barn in Saskatchewan.

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Video footage courtesy of Chicken Farmers of Saskatchewan

CHEP Student Programs 2022

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Canadian agri-food production leaders unite to celebrate achievements and commit to continue to advance Canada’s leadership role in the production of safe, sustainable and nutritious food ahead of the United Nations Food Systems Summit

CTV Interviews CHEP CEO, Brian Bilkes about new programs that deliver full and fair compensation for chicken, turkey and egg farmers

Newly announced egg and poultry programs to support economic activity and growth in communities across Canada.

Canada’s 4,800 egg and poultry farmers welcome today’s announcement of the two new programs that have been created by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada to mitigate the market impacts caused by the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) over the next 10 years.

Annual Report – 2020

Canadian Hatching Egg Producers announces Donation to Food Banks Canada to help with COVID-19 response

Today the Canadian Hatching Egg Producers (CHEP) announced a $50,000 donation to Food Banks Canada

Poultry and egg farmers welcome the federal government’s announcement

Canada’s 4,700 egg and poultry farmers appreciate today’s

Poultry and egg farmers statement on the Speech from the Throne

Canada’s 4,700 poultry and egg farmers welcome