Eggs are rebounding from the bad and undeserved rap they had over cholesterol. Over the past decade, Canadian consumers have shifted their sights towards them as the new go-to food source for protein-driven, whole food and affordable diets. This surging demand has increased the volume of eggs produced in Canada, and also altered the way Canadian farmers are producing them. Newly-imposed regulations require farmers amend hen housing with freer, more communal spaces by 2036, but some, like Manitoba egg farmer Catherine Kroeker-Klassen, are acting early and modifying barns well-ahead of time to be on the forefront with industry demands.

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