Providing education about chicken farming in BC


Our Partners

The BC Chicken Industry has partners with the following associations and foundations to provide accurate and comprehensive information about Chicken Farming in BC:

BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation


BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation (BCAITC) is a non-profit, charitable organization that collaborates with educators to bring agriculture and food education to K-12 students throughout the province. Together with farmers, teachers, and agriculture specialists, BCAITC teaches students about the story of our food and farming in British Columbia.

BCAITC offers a variety of growing, culinary arts, fresh delivery, and professional development programs as well as over 500 online resources (including lessons, activities, videos, recipes, and more) with curriculum links to K-12 subjects. Find more information at

BC Sustainable Poultry Farming Group

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The Sustainable Poultry Farming Group (SPFG) is an industry-led organization that has representation from BC’s four supply managed poultry sectors. SPFG provides the coordination and the voice for the supply managed poultry sectors (broilers, hatching eggs, turkey, and table eggs) to promote sustainable and environmental farming practices and the implementation of innovative management technologies.

BC Chicken Marketing Board

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The BC Chicken Marketing Board is a non-profit agriculture commodity board that monitors and regulates the production and marketing of chicken in British Columbia.

BC Broiler Hatching Egg Commission


The BC Broiler Hatching Egg Commission Board oversees the production of eggs from Hatching Egg farmers in British Columbia and regulates the marketing of their eggs.

Chicken Farmers of Canada

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The Chicken Farmers of Canada is responsible for ensuring that our 2,800 farmers produce the right amount of fresh, safe and high-quality chicken in Canada.

The Poultry in Motion™ Educational Mini Barn Program website was partially funded by the Metro Vancouver 2021 Agriculture Awareness Grant and by the Sustainable Poultry Farming Group. We thank these organizations for their generous support.