17-04-2014 12:21 PM | News Comment(0)
It's not all about chocolate eggs this Easter...
Eggs are an essential part of the Easter bank holiday weekend, but they don't have to be made of chocolate. That's the message from the British Fr...
15-04-2014 16:58 PM | News Comment(0)
Wingham Primary pupils get hands-on with love Free Range Eggs 'Easter Extravaganza'
Pupils of a Kent primary school had some plucky visitors before Easter. Farmer Doug Wanstall took in a team of free range egg layers to meet the ch...
15-04-2014 15:41 PM | News Comment(0)
JSR Services moves into renewable energy supported by Bowler Energy
Perth and Kinross-based Company, JSR Services are branching out into the Renewable Energy Sector acting as an agent for Bowler Energy, offering Wind T...
01-04-2014 09:19 AM | News Comment(0)
USA success for happy egg as they pass one million dozen
Noble Foods has passed the one million mark in the United States with its happy egg brand of free range eggs. Noble, Britain's biggest egg packing ...
31-03-2014 12:07 PM | News Comment(0)
Increase in feed costs hit Glenrath profits
The high cost of animal feed was partially responsible for profits at Glenrath Farms slipping back slightly in the company's last financial year. P...
31-03-2014 12:04 PM | News Comment(0)
UN reports increased incidences of GM cross-contamination
Incidence of GM cross-contamination in shipments of food and feedstuffs has increased sharply, according to a new report by the United Nations Food an...
31-03-2014 11:59 AM | News Comment(1)
Egg producers abandon organic sector as supermarkets report shortages
An increasing number of egg producers abandoning the organic sector has resulted in shortages of organic eggs, says the Soil Association. The short...
31-03-2014 11:57 AM | Director of Policy Comment(0)
Director of Policy Report: April 2014
I write this on 28 March having just turned-off the ‘Rip-off Britain’ programme on BBC1. The programme was supposed to answer the question “whether fr...
31-03-2014 11:55 AM | Chairmans Comment Comment(0)
Chairman's Comment: April 2014
We are all fully aware that beak tipping is being reviewed next year with a potential ban in 2016. As we wait for the results from the beak trimming t...
05-03-2014 12:34 PM | News Comment(0)
Enriched eggs tackle hormone deficiencies
An experimental initiative making use of enriched eggs has, apparently, been highly successful in tackling the effects of severe hormone deficiency. ...
05-03-2014 12:31 PM | News Comment(0)
Research suggest eggs may improve reflexes
A nutrient found in eggs may well save your life - or perhaps someone else's in certain circumstances. An amino acid called tyrosine, which is foun...
05-03-2014 12:29 PM | News Comment(0)
American states battle over laying cage restrictions
An egg war has broken out between two American states over legislation governing the welfare of laying hens. The attorney general of the state of M...
05-03-2014 12:26 PM | News Comment(0)
Scientists sex chicks in the egg as Germany threaten ban
Genetic scientists believe they have found a way of sexing chicks whilst they are still in the egg. The research work, which has been conducted at ...
05-03-2014 12:24 PM | News Comment(0)
BFREPA reiterates opposition to beak tip ban
The British Free Range Egg Producers' Association (BFREPA) has reiterated its opposition to a complete ban on beak trimming in a submission to a group...
05-03-2014 12:23 PM | News Comment(0)
EU GM maize deadlock
A bitter political battle has broken out in the European Union over the proposed approval of a strain of genetically modified maize. Nineteen of th...
05-03-2014 12:21 PM | News Comment(0)
Free range egg sales increase double
Sales of free range eggs are increasing at nearly twice the rate of other eggs, according to figures released by the British Egg Industry Council (BEI...
05-03-2014 12:20 PM | News Comment(0)
Packing station figures confirm cage surge
Latest packing station figures released by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) show that supplies of cage eggs increased su...
05-03-2014 12:18 PM | News Comment(0)
NFUS blasts EU on welfare rule enforcement
NFU Scotland has launched a blistering attack on the European Union for failing to enforce welfare rules for laying hens and pig farms. The Scottis...
05-03-2014 12:16 PM | News Comment(0)
Egg industry calls for stricter labeling laws
Egg industry leaders in the United Kingdom are calling for the European Union to impose stricter labeling laws on egg products. Although existing E...
 
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31-03-2014 11:55 AM | Chairmans Comment
Chairman's Comment: April 2014
We are all fully aware that beak tipping is being reviewed next year with a potential ban in 2016. As we wait for the results from the beak trimming t...
05-03-2014 11:55 AM | Chairmans Comment
Chairman's Comments: March 2014
What does BFREPA stand for? Originally set up by producers to lobby for fair standards and price for this “new” form of egg production, demanded by co...
04-02-2014 09:37 AM | Chairmans Comment
Chairman's Comments: February 2014
With Christmas celebrations well and truly over, what has 2014 got installed for us? Firstly the weather, here we have already had over 4 inches of ra...
 
31-03-2014 11:57 AM | Director of Policy
Director of Policy Report: April 2014
I write this on 28 March having just turned-off the ‘Rip-off Britain’ programme on BBC1. The programme was supposed to answer the question “whether fr...
05-03-2014 12:05 PM | Director of Policy
Director of Policy Report: March 2014
The January chick placement figures are worrying, specifically as they relate to free range. They show a spike which may or may not due to seasonal fa...
04-02-2014 09:38 AM | Director of Policy
Director of Policy Report: February 2014
Inside this edition of the Ranger are reply cards for the upcoming BFREPA training events in 2014 - namely pullet rearing courses and a health and wel...
14-12-2013 07:15 AM | Director of Policy
Director of Policy Report: January 2014
Last month I wrote that three lessons emerged from the media scares in the Mail, Times, Telegraph and BBC: one, we need to engage more with the scienc...

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