I am a fifth generation egg farmer. We have been in egg farming since our colony was established in 1920.
Egg farming started out as a way to feed the colony, with surplus eggs being sold to people in local communities.
Egg farming is a way of life. We get to feed the public with good, high quality, nurtritious food.
Providing a fresh, nutritious product that is supplied by the animals we raise and care for.
We raise dairy cows, broiler chickens, hogs, duck and geese, and we also grow barley, wheat, duram and canola.
We get great satisfaction from knowing that we produce the safest, high quality, affordable food; consumers get great value when they buy our eggs.
If there is one thing you would like people to know about egg farming and/or egg farmers, what would it be?