#1 Most Trusted Egg Brand in Canada
Burnbrae Farms is very proud to be selected as the #1 Most Trusted Egg Brand in Canada. The BrandSpark Most Trusted Award (BMTA) offers insight into which companies Canadian consumers trust the most in 150 categories. The awards were created to help consumers make informed purchasing decisions, and to encourage excellence and help brands identify themselves as leaders in their respective categories. Over 18,000 Canadian shoppers voted for the BrandSpark Most Trusted Award Winners for 2020.
Five Mile Lighthouse Rebuild
August 7th is #nationallighthouseday and we’d like to recognize the hundreds of beautiful lighthouses that dot our coastlines and waterways across the country. This year is particularly meaningful to us since the re-build of the Five Mile Light on the St. Lawrence River is now underway. The Hudson family and Burnbrae Farms Foundation contributed to this extremely worthwhile initiative.
Burnbrae Farms Support for Frontline Hospital Workers
In the year 2020 we have seen our world turn upside down. It has been 100 years since the last ...
Moove Over, it’s Cow Appreciation Day!
Burnbrae Farms is a thriving family owned poultry agribusiness. Who would have thought that the original farm had its roots ...
Burnbrae Farms Holiday Egg Ornament Giveaway
Monday, December 9th 2019 – Wednesday, December 11th 2019 Share your favourite egg inspired holiday brunch dish for a chance ...
2019 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Contest
2019 ROYAL AGRICULTURAL WINTER FAIR CONTEST We’re giving away four (4) ROYAL AGRICULTURAL WINTER FAIR FAMILY PASSES (ARV: $60.00 each) ...
Burnbrae Farms: A Proud National Sponsor of Parkinson's Superwalk Since 2006!
Burnbrae Farms and Parkinson Canada promote overall brain health for Canadians, and specifically those living with Parkinson’s. Evidence suggests that omega-3 fatty acids like those found in fish, spinach, flax and hemp seeds, and omega-3 enriched eggs, may have neuroprotective properties.
The Buzz About Bee Lawns
The struggling bee populations have gained a lot of attention in the news the last few years. You may have come across some of these articles and thought “That’s not happening, I see lots of bees flying around in the summertime”, but the reality is, wild bees in Canada are at a high risk of suffering devastating population declines. It has been estimated that about a quarter to a third of wild bee species in Canada are at risk of extinction due to climate change, insecticide use and habitat loss. This issue is not just isolated to Canada, bee populations are declining world-wide.
Solar Water Heating
At Burnbrae Farms we are proud to produce nutritious affordable eggs for Canadians while working to protect and enrich the environment. As part of that commitment, we closely monitor energy and water use, divert waste from landfills, recycle and compost eggshells, and reuse the water used to wash the eggs. We are constantly researching projects to look at ways to reduce our GHG energy use, one of these projects is the use of solar water heaters in a test run by the Poultry Operations team using solar energy to heat the water used in the office.
The Truth About Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Animal Agriculture
Everyone seems to be worried about the environment and the threat of climate change these days. And no wonder! Weather ...
Reducing By-Products and Greenhouse Gas Emissions with Cardboard Balers
At Burnbrae Farms we are proud to produce nutritious affordable eggs for Canadians while working to protect and enrich the environment. As part of that commitment, we closely monitor energy and water use, divert waste from landfills, recycle and compost egg shells, and reuse the water used to wash the eggs. One of our major commitments is our extensive program for reusing and recycling cardboard and plastic, done through baling our waste.
Scoop on Poop
At Burnbrae Farms manure is not a waste product. It is a valuable asset that comes off of our farms and is rich in nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, all the nutrients you need to grow great crops. We actually have a waiting list of farmers who want to buy our manure to use as organic fertilizer.