Category: Consumer News

Help Protect your Flock from Avian Influenza

Whether you have a large, small or backyard flock, help protect them by: Preventing any contact with wild birds and animals. Regularly cleaning equipment, hands and footwear. Reporting any signs of sickness to your poultry vet or CFIA. Limiting exposure to visitors. Keeping new birds separate for at least 30

Read More »

Farmers Thanking Community Event April 9

Join us Saturday April 9th at Abbotsford Agrifair to celebrate the resilience of our community in the Fraser Valley. This free event is hosted by BC farmers to say ‘thank you’  for the incredible support shown by the community in response to the recent floods. Your free ticket includes a

Read More »

Resources & Support for BC Flood Relief

Donate to the British Columbia Floods & Extreme Weather Appeal – https://donate.redcross.ca/page/94172/donate/1 The Canadian Red Cross is working to get help to people in and around affected areas as quickly as possible and provide humanitarian assistance for new needs as they arise. Money raised will enable the Red Cross to

Read More »

Agriculture More Than Ever

At the British Columbia Chicken Marketing Board, we strive to meet consumer expectations in animal care and food safety, while regulating the pricing and production of chicken. We fully support Agriculture More Than Ever and the resources and information it provides to consumers. What is Agriculture More Than Ever? Agriculture

Read More »

Better Together BC

At the British Columbia Chicken Marketing Board, we strive to support a healthy, growing chicken industry, as well as the overall health and welfare of consumers. We fully support Better Together BC and the information and recipes it provides to consumers. What is Better Together BC? Better Together BC is

Read More »

BCCMB Implements Recommendations to Regulate Catching

Raising healthy birds humanely is as important to BC’s chicken farmers as it is to those who purchase from our family farms – after all, farmers are consumers, too.    Last June 2017, the British Columbia Chicken Marketing Board (BCCMB) convened a committee of processors, catching contractors, growers, BCCMB staff

Read More »

The Real Dirt on Farming

At the British Columbia Chicken Marketing Board, we strive to support a healthy, growing chicken industry, meeting consumer expectations for animal care and farm food safety. We fully support The Real Dirt on Farming and the information it provides to consumers about the intricacies of Canadian farming and food. What

Read More »