“I am already a farmer!” – All family members chime in during tour of a family owned and operated broiler barn.
By Amanda Brodhagen, The Rural Voice From building a new chicken barn to diversifying their chicken and cash crop farm, the Kuntze family is growing in a lot of ways. Their children have grown up in the countryside of Ellice Township in Perth County doing what all farm kids do: participating in barn chores and […]
Did you know that for the past 25 years, Chicken Farmers of Canada has been the national sponsor of Canada Day in the nation’s Capital? It has been a long-standing, successful partnership, with many great memories to share! Since 1992, we have had six Chairs at Chicken Farmers of Canada, two Executive Directors, and we […]
Hey, look at that – it’s Friday! Let’s celebrate by throwing it back to our blog on our hard working farmers! The journey from farm to plate starts before dawn. When Canadians buy chicken – whether from a grocery store or a restaurant – they expect a product that’s safe, high-quality, and delicious. It takes […]
Written by Bernadette Cox Our mythbusting team has returned to tackle yet another of the recent myths about supply management. Some people are claiming that supply management is unfair to the majority of Canadian farmers and benefits only a minority, about 10 per cent. This claim is false and has no basis in reality. First […]