The National Egg & Poultry Awards

These prestigious awards are backed by the British Egg Industry Council (BEIC) and the British Poultry Council (BPC). They honour and reflect achievement, excellence and best practice in the sector, while also promoting the egg and poultry industry as a career choice and providing a networking opportunity for the sector.




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  • New Defra Secretary of State urged to seize opportunities for British farming February 17, 2020
    NFU President Minette Batters has congratulated the new Defra Secretary of State George Eustice on his appointment and says she looks forward to working with him to help pave the way for a thriving food and farming sector post-Brexit. Batters said that the Secretary of State’s support will be crucial as British farming faces new […]
  • Exclusive interview: Inside Chippindale Foods February 17, 2020
    The award-winning egg packer tells Poultry Business about its investment plans for the coming year and why its owner Morrisons will soon be 100% free-range on eggs Chippindale Foods was named egg packer of the year at the 2019 National Egg & Poultry Awards. It’s just one of the many highlights of the past year […]
  • Is your farm audit ready? February 17, 2020
    Audits are an inevitable part of the farming calendar. But with the right preparation, producers can make sure they’re always ready. The different requirements of the numerous inspection bodies including the Lion Code, Defra and the RSPCA, as well as egg packers, can sometimes appear challenging, and an unwelcome distraction from the real business of […]
  • British Pig & Poultry Fair 2020: Poultry producer perspectives February 17, 2020
    As we enter what is certainly an interesting time for the poultry sector, some of the top producers in the UK will be planning their trip to the industry’s main event; the British Pig & Poultry Fair. We speak to three producers about what makes the event so special and to get their outlook on […]
  • George Eustice gets top job at Defra February 14, 2020
    George Eustice has been appointed as Defra Secretary, replacing Theresa Villiers. Eustice has been a minister since 2015 and has played a big part in developing Defra’s post-Brexit agricultural policy. The Cornish MP returned to Defra in July after quitting his Ministerial role at the Department a few months earlier in protest at the Government’s […]