Here at Chippindales we pride ourselves on our rich history. We have been good eggs since 1930 and here is a brief description;
Leonard Chippindale introduced poultry to the family farm – hatching chicks, keeping hens and selling eggs.
A move towards larger scale pullet rearing was made by Ian Chippindale (Leonard’s son).
Ian Chippindale moved into egg production and invested in small scale packing facilities.
Initial relationships were started with free range producers. Today, Chippindale continue to work with many of
Major investment into new egg production facilities at Kingsley Farm was lead by Nick Chippindale (Ian’s son)
First of several independent orders with major retailer.
Continued expansion and modernization of the packing operation.
www.wheresyoursfrom.com was launched to help bridge the gap between consumers and producers.
The “White Rose Packing Centre” was opened by 4 generations of the Chippindale family.
British Egg awards 2007 Small Enterprise of the Year.
Creation and development of a bespoke traceability system and ‘live’ database.
Nick Chippindale awarded a Nuffield scholarship to study ‘The EU ban on conventional cages and its effects’.
ISO 9001 certification and launch of the new Chippindale consumer brand.
Agreements reached for new colony egg productions with new and existing producer partners, in line with the
2012 EU legislation of hen welfare.
New 6 wheeler refrigerated lorry added to our fleet.
Investment in growth, we completed the purchase of a new site in Flaxby for future relocation of operations.