The Chicken Farmers of Ontario have recently denied a request for a 2000 bird small-flock exemption.  Now, more than ever, it’s important that we continue to talk about options within the supply management system for chickens.  While we believe in the importance of supply management for Ontario’s farmers, there are some things that need to change.  For example, Northern communities such as Thunder Bay and Sudbury have few to no options for purchasing local chicken as a result of our current system.  There are farmers who can grow chicken, and there are eaters are buying chicken, but they can’t connect.

To find out more about this issue and to recieve updates on our “Flocking Options” campaign, please like “flocking options” on facebook, follow @flockingoptions on twitter or sign the on-line petition at www.flockingoptions.ca.

To help distribute postcards on this issue, contact flockingoptions@sustainontario.ca

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One Response to Flocking Options Campaign

  1. Murray Thunberg says:

    Hello, is anyone doing anything about the 100 laying hen rule? Other provinces are allowed up to 300 and wish that was the case in Ontario.
    Thanks!
    Murray

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