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  • Title: CHEP - Canadian Hatching Egg Producers
    Descriptive info: .. Welcome.. Founded in 1986, the Canadian Hatching Egg Producers (CHEP) represents 235 farmers from British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.. CHEP is a national organization funded through farmer levies based on the broiler hatching eggs produced.. Most people think an egg is an egg this is not the case.. There is the conventional white or brown egg and the broiler hatching egg.. To distinguish the two types, the white or brown egg is produced specifically for human consumption and purchased primarily in grocery stores, while in contrast, the  ...   and hatch 21 days later into broiler chicks.. These broiler chicks are then sold to chicken farmers who raise them into chickens.. The cycle of converting a broiler hatching egg into a fully grown chicken takes approximately nine weeks time to complete.. The broiler hatching egg industry is a highly specialized industry that is at the foundation of Canada s chicken industry.. Video.. Come and Explore a Broiler Breeder Farm -.. Part 1.. -.. Part 2.. Home.. About CHEP.. News.. Publications.. CHEQ.. Trade.. Links.. Contact.. Français.. Copyright 2011 CHEP - POIC..

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  • Title: CHEP - Canadian Hatching Egg Producers
    Descriptive info: Our Mission.. Continue to grow a profitable broiler hatching egg industry in Canada in order to ensure a strong, efficient and competitive industry and a dependable supply of quality broiler hatching eggs to the Canadian chicken industry.. About the Canadian Industry.. In 2012, there were approximately 245 broiler hatching egg producers in eight provinces across Canada who produced 665.. 6 million broiler hatching eggs worth more than $270 million and supported 4,000 direct and indirect jobs in Canada.. These broiler hatching eggs were placed into incubators and hatched into more than 650 million broiler chicks.. In addition, another 145 million broiler hatching eggs and chicks were imported from the United States.. In all, these broiler hatching eggs and chicks helped supply more than 2,600 chicken farmers across Canada with day-old chicks, allowing them to meet the needs of the Canadian chicken industry.. The average broiler hatching egg farmer in Canada raises flocks of between 10,000 to 15,000 broiler breeder birds that begin laying fertilized eggs at approximately 26 weeks of age.. Each broiler breeder bird will typically lay 150 to 160 fertilized eggs over the course of a laying cycle that normally runs 34 to 36 weeks in duration.. These fertilized eggs are collected daily and are inspected by farmers before being shipped to hatcheries where the eggs are placed into specialized incubators for a 21-day period where they will hatch as broiler chicks.. What do we do?.. CHEP s primary responsibility is to ensure that our broiler hatching egg farmers are producing enough broiler hatching eggs to meet the needs of the Canadian chicken industry.. CHEP, along with our counterparts in the chicken, turkey, egg and dairy sectors, operates under an orderly  ...   member provinces (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec) as well as two members (one from the east and one from the west) appointed by the Canadian Hatchery Federation (CHF).. CHEP convenes industry meetings three times a year where it reviews market conditions and establishes provincial broiler hatching egg allocations to meet the anticipated market requirements of the Canadian chicken marketplace.. CHEP also discusses various regulatory issues related to quotas, levies, inter-provincial trade of broiler hatching eggs and chicks, international trade, food safety and animal welfare.. CHEP is a leader in food safety initiatives and has implemented the Canadian Hatching Egg Quality Program (CHEQ ).. This program is based on international hazard analysis critical control point (HACCP) principles and is consistent with the food safety approach developed by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).. CHEQ provides producers with a comprehensive set of Good Production Practices that each farmer is committed to follow and is a major component of the Canadian poultry industry s "gate to plate" strategy.. It complements other food safety initiatives within the chicken industry developed by the feed mills, hatcheries, chicken farmers and processors.. CHEP administers a research fund, financed by farmers, that provides grants to researchers across Canada to improve the health and performance of breeder hens, taking into account environmental and animal welfare concerns.. CHEP is also a founding member of the Canadian Poultry Research Council (CPRC).. CHEP is dedicated to promoting a high level of animal welfare for broiler breeders in Canada.. CHEP recognizes that animals need to be raised, transported and slaughtered humanely.. As such, CHEP is developing an on-farm Animal Welfare Assessment Program that will demonstrate our farmers adherence to appropriate standards.. Members.. Newsletters..

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  • Title: CHEP - Canadian Hatching Egg Producers
    Descriptive info: Members.. Newsletter.. April 2009.. December 2008.. CHEP Manual.. CHEP Manual (available to members only).. Poultry Database.. Poultry statistics reporting database.. (available to members only)..

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  • Title: CHEP - Canadian Hatching Egg Producers
    Descriptive info: Members only.. Sorry - the document you requested is only available to CHEP members.. To request this document please.. contact the CHEP office..

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  • Title: CHEP - Canadian Hatching Egg Producers
    Descriptive info: Contact CHEP.. At the National CHEP Office.. Canadian Hatching Egg Producers.. 21 Florence Street.. Ottawa, Ontario.. K2P 0W6.. Telephone: (613) 232-3023.. Fax: (613) 232-5241.. Email:.. info@chep-poic.. ca.. General Manager: Giuseppe Caminiti.. Chair: Jack Greydanus.. Provincial Offices:.. B.. C.. Broiler Hatching Egg Commission.. #180 - 32160 South Fraser Way.. Abbotsford, British Columbia.. V2T 1W5.. Telephone: (604) 850-1854.. Fax: (604) 850-1683.. stephanie@bcbhec.. com.. General Manager: Stephanie Nelson.. Chair: Casey Langbroek.. CHEP Director: Calvin Breukelman (CHEP Vice-Chair).. Alberta Hatching Egg Producers.. #301, 8925 - 51 Avenue.. Edmonton, Alberta.. T6E 5J3.. Telephone: (780) 434-8414.. Fax: (780) 434-9552.. ahemb@telusplanet.. net.. Manager: Bob Smook.. Chair: Dennis Wickersham.. CHEP Second Vice-Chair: Kevin Tiemstra.. Saskatchewan  ...   Manager: Clinton Monchuk.. Chair: Hendrick van Steenbergen.. CHEP Director: Hendrik Van Steenbergen.. Manitoba Chicken Producers.. 1357 Kenaston Blvd.. Winnipeg, Manitoba.. R3P 2P2.. Telephone: (204) 489-4603.. Fax: (204) 488-1163.. chicken@chicken.. mb.. Manager: Wayne Hiltz.. Chair: Jake Wiebe.. CHEP Director: Dean Penner.. Ontario Broiler Hatching Egg Chick Commission.. 251 Woodlawn West, Suite 213.. Guelph, Ontario.. N1H 8J1.. Telephone: (519) 837-0005.. Fax: (519) 837-0464.. info@obhecc.. Manager: Bob Guy.. Chair: William Bearss.. CHEP Director: Dick Ottens.. Le Syndicat des producteurs d'oeufs d'incubation du Québec.. 555 Roland Therrien, bureau 515.. Longueil, Québec.. J4H 4E7.. Telephone: (450) 679-0530.. Fax: (450) 679-3652.. incobec@upa.. qc.. Manager: Pierre Belleau.. Chair: Gyslain Loyer.. CHEP Director: Gyslain Loyer..

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