We are the 3rd generation on our family farm.
When my grandparents were retiring, my parents decided to give up city life and become farmers. I was 12 when we moved to the farm and after experiencing farm life I loved it and knew that is what I wanted to do. I started working full-time with my dad in the layer and breeder barns as well as starting a cow-calf operation when I finished school.
Being an egg farmer means the daily routine, 365 days of the year and the responsibility caring for our birds and that it encompasses, feed, water, light, temperature, biosecurity and proper handling and storage of the eggs.
I like providing a healthy nutritious food source for Canadian consumers.
We raise pullets and grain farm growing cereal and canola crops.
Supply management provides stability and fair pricing for both consumers and producers, who do not receive government subsidies, to ensure fresh local quality eggs to supply our local market.