We’re a fifth generation Canadian family business with a social conscience. We strive to lead our industry in the promotion of healthy living, progressive animal care, community, and environmental sustainability.
Our success depends on the care and attention that we provide to our hens. After all, a healthy hen is a quality-producing hen. But treating all our animals humanely isn’t just a business philosophy; it’s our moral commitment.View
As our company grows, so does our responsibility to the environment. That’s why we’ve implemented an Employee Energy Awareness Program at all of our facilities across Canada, it’s why we work alongside Waste Management to reduce the amount going to landfills, and it’s why we’re constantly evaluating our trucking routes to find efficiencies and reduce unnecessary carbon.
We also strive to respect the lands we’ve built Burnbrae Farms on, and are proud to preserve them in the equal interests of animals and people.
A business can’t be part of a community without giving back to it. That’s why we support local community programs as well as local and national charities including these.
Parkinson Canada provides support, education, and funds research to help find the cure for Parkinson's. We proudly sponsor the Parkinson Superwalk with our Eggstraordinary Hero contest.Learn More
University of Guelph
We ensure a maintained commitment to poultry welfare in Canada through our establishment of the Burnbrae Farms Professorship in Poultry Welfare at the Ontario Agriculture College.Learn More
Through World Vision, we subsidize hen and rooster programs so that families around the world can start sustainable small businesses, sell chicks and eggs in markets, and offer nutritious alternatives to their own community.Learn More
Night to Nurture Foundation
We’re a proud sponsor of Canada’s largest fundraising dinner, the Night to Nurture Gala. Funds raised through the gala are put towards implementing nutrition programs in Ontario schools and ensuring children have healthy and balanced meals.Learn More