BC Poultry Conference

Today Michelle is at the BC Poultry Conference in Vancouver.  The morning started out with the BC Egg campaign handing out egg breakfast sandwiches.

Margaret Dunn, Joe Neels and Steve Heppel serving egg sandwiches In Vancouver  | March 11, 2016

Margaret Dunn, Joe Neels and Steve Heppel serving free egg sandwiches In Vancouver | March 11, 2016

Through sponsorships and direct participation, BC Egg supports a range of events and organizations with the goal of connecting the public with egg farmers, educating people about egg nutrition, and encouraging healthy, active lifestyles for all British Columbians.

#bcegg  #BCPC2016

Eat Chicken!

Support our local BC poultry industry, and eat chicken! Check out www.bcchicken.ca for some yummy recipes, or try this recipe from Michelle, our Agriculture Services Manager:

Mango Chicken
4 chicken breasts
½ cup + 2 Tbsp Thai Sweet Chilli Sauce
½ cup water
½ cup tropical fruit juice (passion fruit/pineapple/orange/mango/peach)
¼ cup sugar
2 Tbsp vinegar
2 Tbsp cornstarch/water
1 large ripe mango

Marinade chicken in ½ cup Thai sauce for 4-6 hours, or overnight.

Mix water, juice, sugar and vinegar in sauce pan. Bring to a slow boil; thicken with cornstarch mixed with water.

Stir in 2 Tbsp Thai sauce.

Grill chicken on barbeque for 15-20 minutes.

Chop mango and add to sauce. Spoon sauce over chicken.



Chicken Squad – Episode 4 & 5

In Episode 4 & Episode 5 of the Chicken Squad series, we get to see the First Day on Set, behind the scenes.  See how professional chicken farmers transform into actors – the good guys and the bad guys!

Episode 5

Poultry In Motion™

Educational Mini Barn

With farms off limits to visitors due to biosecurity protocols, the BC Chicken Growers’ Association, in partnership with the BC Broiler Hatching Egg Producers’ Association, has developed Poultry in Motion™, a mobile mini barn, in an effort to increase public awareness and educate consumers. This fully equipped mini barn has been featured at fairs, schools and agriculture events around the province.

The trailer consists of three sections, showing two life stages of broilers, plus their parent stock – the breeders. Each section is set up as a very small scale poultry barn, showing you how poultry farming is done in BC. The pictures in the background are from farms in the Fraser Valley.


Click here to check out the Poultry in Motion™ schedule!