Kids can Ask an Egg Farmer with a video!

June 17, 2020

Hey Kids!

Get your parents’ help, and send us your selfie-video with a question for our farmers! Don’t forget to tell us your name, just like Alexis and Danica in the video above.

Hey Parents!

Real-life egg farmers right here in BC want to answer your child’s questions about their chickens and their farms.

Every year our BC egg farmers like to meet you all at events and fairs, such as in the animal barns at The PNE and Abbotsford Agrifair. Everybody—especially young folk–asks lots of questions about the eggs they eat, and the farms those eggs come from. Unfortunately, most Fairs are cancelled this year. So, because we won’t get to meet you all in person in 2020, we want to hear from your kids by video!

Send us a selfie-style video with your kids’ eggy or farmy question and please make sure your child introduces themselves (first name only is just perfect)!

 

Ever wondered?

  • Why are eggs different colours and sizes?
  • What does a real egg farm look like here in BC?
  • How many chickens does a farmer have?
  • … Or something else?

Ask us!

 

We will post your child’s video-question right here on our website with a video-reply from a real BC egg farmer.

We will also share them on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feeds so everybody can see your child’s question and the farmer’s answer!

To Send Us Your Selfie-Style Video Question, Please…

Click Here.

The link will take you to our video upload site, where you can record your video, or upload a pre-recorded question! There’s also a chat button, so you can get help if you run into technical challenges.

Important Details

Kids, please ensure your video questions are uploaded by, and with permission from, your parent or guardian.

By voluntarily submitting a video-clip to us, you are participating in BC Egg’s Ask an Egg Farmer promotional campaign and are thereby permitting BC Egg to use and share the recording on our website, social media feeds and other promotional channels, for the purpose of promoting BC eggs, egg farming and agriculture.

Please read and refer to our Social Media Code of Conduct, available here.

Once submitted to BC Egg, the recordings are the property of BC Egg.

While we allow submissions from adults and from people across Canada, please note that priority will be given to submissions from youths / children and will be answered by egg farmers all within the province of BC.

Submitting a video-clip to BC Egg does not guarantee that the recording will be used or shared by BC Egg.

This permission may be revoked at any time by notifying BC Egg in writing.

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