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Producing high quality eggs while being stewards to our hens, environment and community is not only egg farmer’s business it is their lifestyle. Without following this philososphy, the Colorado Egg industry could not endure and would not be sustainable.

Colorado Egg Farmers Offer Egg Solutions to Common Household Challenges

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

DENVER – April 2015 – It’s no secret that eggs are a nutritious and delicious option for breakfast, lunch and dinner. With so many different ways to cook them, eggs are known as one of the most versatile, high quality ingredients in the kitchen. But many people are unaware that eggs are also extremely useful around the house. From making homemade facial masks to improving your gardening, the nutrients in eggs provide many household solutions outside of the kitchen. The Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association wants to share some great ways for you to use eggs around your house.

“We know that eggs contain nutrients, high quality protein and amino acids that are beneficial for your health,” said Terry Tormohlen, a CEP member and egg farmer. “But many people don’t realize these same nutrients can be beneficial in other ways as well. There are many interesting ways that the nutrients and protein found in eggs can be used outside of the kitchen.”

Colorado egg farmers help those in need this Easter

Wednesday, April 1, 2015


Colorado Egg Producers mascot, Eggbert and the Easter Bunny entertained kids at Food Bank of the Rockies today, were CEP donated more than 250,000 eggs just in time for Easter.

Colorado egg farmers helped the Easter Bunny out again this year. The seven local farms that make up the Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association have donated more than a quarter million eggs to food banks throughout Colorado to ensure those in need will have eggs in time for Easter. CEP is proud to contribute to the efforts of Feeding Colorado and the Good Egg Project, an initiative to end childhood hunger through the American Egg Board.

Creative and clever Easter egg decorating tips

Thursday, March 12, 2015

DENVER – March 2015 – No matter what winter throws our way each year, Coloradans can rely on one tradition that arrives without fail each spring – Easter. From Easter egg hunts to candy and family brunches, Easter is a cherished springtime holiday that brings together family and loved ones in celebration. And no Easter celebration would be complete without egg decorating. Easter egg decorating is a classic Easter activity that people of all ages enjoy every year. This year, the Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association would like to share some helpful egg decorating tips to help make your Easter eggs the best and brightest.

“Easter egg decorating is a tradition near and dear to our hearts,” said Vince Ruscitti, a Colorado egg farmer and member of CEP. “There are so many fun, beautiful ways to decorate Easter eggs. We hope that as Coloradans prepare for their Easter festivities, they remember to buy local and use Colorado-produced eggs, available at many stores throughout the state.”

Colorado Egg Farmers Celebrate Innovation This New Year

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

With the New Year comes new changes. Whether your New Year’s resolutions include getting fit, paying off debt or getting that big promotion, many people are striving to make new, lasting improvements to their lives in 2015. Colorado egg farmers have some New Year’s resolutions as well. Every year, members of the Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association strive to improve egg production and animal welfare through the use of innovation and cutting-edge technology.

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