Our priority has always been animal care and that commitment remains as strong today as it was over 75 years ago when we first started producing eggs. We are committed to maintaining high standards of animal care regardless of housing type, and support poultry science research that explores opportunities for continuous improvement. We are also committed to providing consumers with choice in the types of eggs they purchase. We are proud of our long history of supplying Canadian families with safe, nutritious, affordable eggs that meet their individual needs.Play
Types of Hen Housing
This has been the predominant housing method in Canada for decades. Hens are housed together in small social groups that offer easy access to food and water, and the eggs are collected by hand or conveyor.
A more spacious alternative to conventional housing, enriched colony cages provide hens with room to perch and lay their eggs in a nesting area. It also allows scratch pads for the hens to indulge in one of their natural instincts to dust bathe. The eggs are collected by hand or conveyor.
The hens are free to roam in open concept barns equipped with nests, perches and dust bathing areas. There is ample access to both feed and water.
We work with a group of Canadian farmers committed to producing nutritious and affordable eggs while also prioritizing the welfare of their hens and environment.View
You’re invited to have a look around the farm yourself. Experience our different farming systems here.View