Colorado Egg Producers



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Nearly 500,000 chickens lost in fire near Roggen; Egg prices expected to hold steady

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Colorado lost about one-eighth of its egg production in a Weld County fire Monday that claimed the lives of nearly 500,000 hens.

However, the extensive loss from the blaze at the Boulder Valley Poultry farm near Roggen is not expected to increase egg prices at grocery stores in the region, industry experts said Tuesday.

Jerry Wilkins, president of the Colorado Egg Producers Association, said that because egg demand is typically low this time of the year, and because many other local producers have agreed to step up in response to Boulder Valley’s losses, the effects of this week’s fire are expected to be minimal.“That’s about the only good news to come out of this,” Wilkins said. “It was a terrible event otherwise. “We’re very sorry for their loss.” To read more, click here.

From Farm-to-table virtual egg farm tour

Monday, April 30, 2012

Discovery Education recently partnered with The Good Egg Project and Hickman Family Farms to offer students a peek inside a modern day working egg farm. Students were shown the journey from farm to table including behind-the-scenes footage of how eggs are gathered, washed and packaged. Students could ask questions at the end of the tour via email. The video lasts approximately twenty five minutes and teachers can access post-field trip activities, lesson plans, recipes and videos by clicking here.

Don't Miss The Largest Easter Egg Hunt in Colorado - Sunday, April 8th!

Friday, April 6, 2012

Don't Miss The Largest Easter Egg Hunt in Colorado
At Copper Mountain Resort
Sunday, April 8th - 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

This fun, family event in Copper Mountain is not to be missed! With races, games and activities – including an egg roll for kids age 6-12 - there is something for everyone. For more details, click here.

Tis The Season For...Eggnog and Holiday Baking Courtesy of the Colorado Egg Producers Association

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

The holiday season is in full swing, which means lots of food, family and friends. And no holiday celebration is truly complete without everyone’s favorite holiday drink – eggnog! As one of the most versatile foods, eggs can be used to create delicious drinks, meals and holiday baking treats.

The Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association wants you to be at your best in the kitchen this holiday season. By using eggs locally produced in Colorado and following our fool-proof secrets to baking with eggs and at high altitudes, you will be sure to wow loved ones, neighbors, colleagues and even Old Saint Nick with delicious recipes you will be proud to serve.

“Incorporating locally produced eggs into your holiday baking makes for healthy and delicious treats,” said Derek Yancey, a Colorado egg farmer. “As Colorado egg farmers we are committed to the best possible care of our chickens, ensuring you get a safe and wholesome product you will be proud to serve to your loved ones.”

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