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COVID-19 Update:

Public Health is encouraging all employers to allow non-essential employees to work from home to manage the community spread of COVID-19.

Manitoba Chicken Producers is prioritizing the safety of our community. As such, our office at 1357 Kenaston Boulevard will be temporarily closed. Please note, this closure includes the suspension of our spice sales and BBQ Grate Program. Further updates will be posted here, when it is safe to re-open.

 

Contact Information

1357 Kenaston Boulevard
Winnipeg MB R3P 2P2

Tel: 204 489 4603
Fax: 204 488 1163
Email

 

Staff

Wayne Hiltz, Executive Director
Erica Poudrette, Executive Assistant – Farm Transactions, Special Projects
Gina Sunderland, Food and Consumer Relations Specialist
Vallene Weeks, Field Services Manager – On Farm Programs & Live Animal Displays
Rachel Plett, Field Services Technician – On Farm Programs & Live Animal Displays
Rachel Harms, Vet Technologist
Lucinda Reay, Production Control Manager, Emergency Coordinator
Victoria Kurtz, Office Coordinator

 

National Chicken Month top ten Q&A number 6:

Do Manitobans have access to local chicken all year?

Answer: YES! Manitobans and Canadians have across the country have access to locally produced chicken year-round.

Because chicken farmers raise chickens indoors, they are able to continuously supply local chicken to restaurants and grocery stores in your communities throughout the year.
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#manitobachicken #chickenfarming #farmingfacts #agriculturelife #mbchicken #nationalchickenmonth
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It’s Farm and Food Awareness Week in Manitoba!

This week is dedicated to celebrating agriculture, food and agri-food products produced in Manitoba, and helping students and the general public learn more about local farming practices.

Our “Now You’re Cooking with Manitoba Chicken” booklet is a fantastic resource filled with recipes, chicken farming facts, food prep tips and more. This booklet is available to everyone and we’d be happy to send you a copy if you message us with your mailing details!

Stay tuned for more content for Farm and Food Awareness Week.

#farmandfood #agawareness #agriculture #chickenfarming #mbfarms #ageducation #mbchicken
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Thanks for sharing @greattastesmb
We enjoyed sharing this recipe with everyone on the show last Saturday.

Our Mediterranean Chicken Stew is full of delicious warm flavours, protein and vegetables. But perhaps the most compelling reason to make it for dinner tonight...you'll only have to wash one skillet.
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Find the recipe at the link in our bio.
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#MBfoods #MBFarms #lovelocalmb #mbchicken #OnePan #skilletsuppers #NationalChickenMonth
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Q5 of Top Ten Chicken Farming Q&A
“Are chickens mass produced on factory farms?”

Answer: there are NO factory farms in Canada, only family farms! Over 97% of Manitoba Chicken farms are family owned and operated and across Canada, more than 90% are family owned and operated.

The Raised by a Canadian Farmer standards set out by Chicken Farmers of Canada requires registered chicken farmers to follow strict on-farm animal care and food safety protocols.

Farms are third party audited to ensure they are strictly following the regulations. Canadian chicken farmers raise some of the highest quality chicken in the world!
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National Chicken Month top ten Q&A number 6:
Answer: YES! Manitobans and Canadians across the ... country have access to local chicken year-round. Because farmers raise chickens indoors, they are able to continuously supply local chicken to restaurants and grocery all year.

This years’ focus for Farm and Food Awareness Week is about building agri-food connections. Have ... you ever wondered where your chicken comes from? Watch & learn as our farmer Rachel takes you on her farm & answers your top 10 chicken farming questions!
https://youtu.be/EtH1cLIyssQ

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National Chicken Month top ten Q&A number 6:Do Manitobans have access to local chicken all year?Answer: YES! Manitobans and Canadians have across the country have access to locally produced chicken year-round. Because chicken farmers raise chickens indoors, they are able to continuously supply local chicken to restaurants and grocery stores in your communities throughout the year. #manitobachicken #chickenfarming #farmingfacts #agriculturelife #nationalchickenmonth #FFAWeek ... See MoreSee Less
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