The British Columbia Broiler Hatching Egg Commission
The British Columbia Broiler Hatching Egg Commission was formed in 1988 under the British Columbia Natural Products Marketing Act. We currently have 52 registered hatching egg producers in BC and 7 registered pullet growers. The Commission works under the Canadian Hatching Egg producers (CHEP) who represents 300 farmers from BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. Canadian hatching egg producers yield 80% of Canada's required hatching eggs.
The Commission's Board consists of an Independent Chair, appointed by Cabinet, and four elected producer members:
Jim Collins - Chair
Allan Cross - Vice Chair
Joe Neels - Director
Allan Mulder - Director
Beata Kunze- Director
The BC Farm Industry Review Board is responsible for the general supervision of the Commission as the BC Broiler Hatching Egg Commission is one of BC’s eight agricultural commodity boards.
It is through co-operation with industry stakeholders that our greatest successes will be derived.
To oversee the production activities of BC broiler hatching egg producers and regulate the marketing of their product and to act as a leader for the BC broiler hatching egg producers in dealings with other participants in the chicken meat industry.
Dealings with local members between stakeholders in the national and provincial marketing schemes.