Quota

APPLICANTS SELECTED FOR BROILER QUOTA OPPORTUNITY

Manitoba Chicken Producers (MCP) thanks all who submitted applications for the broiler quota opportunity.  Step one of the selection process has been completed, and MCP has already contacted each of the applicants selected to move forward.


ANNUAL SPECIALITY QUOTA PROGRAM 2018

The Annual Speciality Quota Program focuses on smaller or specialized markets that aren’t currently being supplied by registered chicken producers. The program covers specialty chicken breeds, unique weight categories, specialized production methods (eg certified organic, pastured), and chickens slaughtered in …


MCP SATISFIED WITH COUNCIL DECISION ON ANNUAL SPECIALITY QUOTA PROGRAM

Manitoba Chicken Producers (MCP) is pleased with the Manitoba Farm Products Marketing Council’s (Council) decision to uphold the introduction of the Annual Speciality Quota Program. Launched January 1, 2017, the Annual Speciality Quota Program provides improved opportunities for smaller scale …


ANNUAL SPECIALITY QUOTA PROGRAM 2017

The Annual Speciality Quota Program focuses on smaller or specialized markets that aren’t currently being supplied by registered chicken producers. The program covers specialty chicken breeds, unique weight categories, specialized production methods (eg certified organic, pastured), and chickens slaughtered in …


BROILER QUOTA EXCHANGE RESULTS

Quota Exchanges take place only when a registered producer notifies Manitoba Chicken Producers of their intention to retire some or all of their quota allotment.  The number of successful exchanges varies from year to year.  Click here for more information …


Broiler Breeder Quota Exchange Results

Quota Exchanges take place only when a registered producer notifies Manitoba Chicken Producers of their intention to retire some or all of their quota allotment.  The number of successful exchanges varies from year to year.  Click here for more information on …


National Allocation Includes Differential Growth

Chicken Farmers of Canada announced today that all provinces have agreed to a new national allocation that includes a mechanism for differential growth across the country. This contributes to the overall stability of broiler production in every province.


Hatching Egg levies changing Dec 30/12

Effective Sunday December 30, 2012 two Manitoba hatching egg levies will increase. 1. The Manitoba levy on hatching eggs from Manitoba producers changes from 0.58 cents per hatching egg set to 0.67 cents. Canadian Hatching Egg Producers 0.290 cents per hatching egg set Manitoba …


Broiler levy to change Dec 30/12

Effective Sunday December 30, 2012 the Manitoba levy on chicken broilers changes from 1.3 cents/live kg to 1.5 cents. Chicken Farmers of Canada 0.44 cents per kilogram live weight Manitoba Chicken Producers 1.50 cents per kilogram live weight TOTAL COMBINED LEVY …


Supply Management and retail prices

The editorial by the Winnipeg Free Press (Eggs, Milk Cheap if Trade Free – November 22), makes a bizarre link between supply management and the retail price of related foods in Canada. Supply management lets me receive a fair price …