Colorado Egg Producers



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Visit CEP and the Easter Bunny at FlatIron Crossing and help families in need!

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Colorado egg farmers have hopped in to help bring the Easter Bunny to FlatIron Crossing Mall this year! Join us now through April 19 for a festive and “egg-ucational” experience. We will donate one egg to Community Food Share serving Boulder and Broomfield counties for every child who visits the Easter Bunny.

Your children can meet and get their picture taken with Easter Bunny and enjoy a fun CEP coloring activity starting Saturday, March 28th through April 19th, during the following hours.

Colorado Egg Producers Association celebrate Read Across America Day

Monday, March 3, 2014

On March 3 the Colorado Egg Producers Association celebrated Read Across America Day at the Capitol as part of Colorado Reads: Early Literacy Initiative. After Governor Hickenlooper read Green Eggs and Ham to 55 kindergarteners the students enjoyed an egg breakfast prepared by the Colorado Egg Producers Association and the Emily Griffith Technical College to kick off National School Breakfast Week.

Farm Cast radio interviews CEP's President, Jerry Wilkins

Friday, June 14, 2013

Jerry Wilkins was recently interviewed by host Jeremy Weathers from Farm Cast radio. The spot aired several times on stations KFKA, KRFD and KSIR. Listen to Jerry's interview here.

Want to know more about the Colorado Egg Producers Association?

Friday, February 1, 2013

Learn everything from our animal care doctrine to our community commitment in this handy infographic.


Colorado egg farmers recognize the importance of giving back this Thanksgiving

Friday, November 16, 2012

Thanksgiving is a holiday many Coloradans cherish for a variety of reasons. Whether you look forward to spending quality time with your family, cheering on your favorite football team, watching the floats on display during the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, or enjoying a home-cooked meal, everyone has a reason for celebrating Thanksgiving. This time of year, the Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association encourages everyone to take a moment and reflect on the good fortune in their lives. A loving family, great friends, memorable experiences, and, in CEP’s opinion, delicious food, are all reasons to be grateful.

CEP, a membership organization representing seven farms, recognizes that not all members of our Colorado family will have enough to eat during this holiday season. CEP is committed to doing what’s right for the Colorado community, as illustrated by their regular donation of thousands of eggs to food banks throughout the state. Egg farmers throughout Colorado have an unwavering mission to provide high-quality eggs to Coloradans.

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