Turning Over a New Leaf; a New Eco-Friendly Collaboration at Burnbrae Farms

Burnbrae Farms was founded in 1891 and is recognized today as a leader by Canada's agricultural and food industries. As ...

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Update from Our Sponsored Athletes

Over the past few months our athletes have been busy training, competing, and getting ready for upcoming competitions. Burnbrae Farms ...

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Simply Egg Whites Make Sense

Have you resolved to lose weight? Here’s why egg white protein makes sense. Egg whites stand out as a good ...

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Let Eggs be Part of Healthy Eating Resolutions

If healthy eating is among your New Year resolutions, eggs are a great place to start. Adding more vegetables, fruit ...

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Seed Collection on the Farm in Eastern Ontario

It is that time of year on the egg farm again when we see these ladies out on the road ...

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Aviary Free Run Layer Barn

Burnbrae Farms Free Run Omega 3™ and Naturegg Free Run™ eggs are produced by hens that are free to roam ...

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Avian Influenza in the North American Poultry Industry

In late 2014, a very highly pathogenic form of avian influenza (H5N2) was found in some domestic poultry on the ...

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Biosecurity- What does it mean?

In late 2014, Canada and the United States started to see a very highly pathogenic form of avian influenza (AI) ...

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Burnbrae is proud to sponsor Tim Nedow

We’d like to introduce one of our sponsored athletes, Tim Nedow. Tim is a native of Brockville, Ontario and a ...

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BBF Fit Mississauga Marathon Recap

Race season is in full swing in the GTA and Burnbrae Farms is a proud sponsor at a number of ...

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Eating Well with Eggs – 9 to 5

We all know it isn’t always easy to eat well, especially when you’re busy. That’s why, this March, Dietitians of ...

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Mike the Chicken Vet: Facts about Antibiotics, Steroids and Hormones

If I had a quarter for every time I was asked what we put into laying hens to make them ...

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Making the Grade

When you buy a dozen eggs at the grocery store, you may have noticed that the carton reads “Grade A”. ...

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