If you’re familiar with Sauder’s eggs and egg products, then you already know what to expect when you buy something with our family’s name on the package: quality and excellence. Our reputation is on the line every single time a consumer purchases something we produce, which is why we remain dedicated to producing only the highest-quality eggs and egg products.
We do a lot to ensure our eggs and egg products are the best. We maintain a fleet of refrigerated trucks to transport our eggs at the right temperature, for example.
While we go to great lengths to preserve the quality of our eggs at all times, the truth is that the quality of our eggs starts with the chicken farmers who produce Sauder’s eggs. With our family’s reputation being intimately entwined with the egg farmers who produce Sauder’s eggs, we choose the farms in our network of producers carefully.
The farm of Paul Burkholder is located in Shiloh, Ohio. These chickens are considered free-range, meaning that the hens have access to the outdoors and feed on a pasture. While chickens must have access to the outdoors to be considered range-free, they don’t necessarily have access around-the-clock or every day, but when they are outdoors, it must be for at least six hours per day and must have 2 square…more about this farm