With the mindset of continuous improvement, Versova and its farms are always looking for ways to improve, change and update policies that will help maintain compliance with standards. Maintaining the best possible care for our hens is non-negotiable at Versova and we do it because we care – it is our responsibility and it’s the right thing to do.
As stewards of the land, Versova is committed to preserving and protecting the land, air and water that surrounds our farms. Our teams achieve this by developing and enforcing manure management systems on our farms, working with local soil and water conservation agencies, and recycling and composting as much as possible.
Versova’s farms are nestled in the communities where our families and employees live, work and play, which means it’s our shared responsibility to identify and implement practices that will protect the environment around us.
We recognize that assuring the safety and quality of the foods we produce at Versova is one of the most important commitments we can make to our customers and consumers, and is essential to maintaining their trust in us as a food producer.
Versova’s farms participate in several national quality assurance programs and implement on-farm safety practices to ensure the quality and safety of our eggs and egg products. On Versova farms, we:
Versova and its family of farms are committed to engaging and giving back to the communities in which we work and live. Under our guiding principles of stewardship and servant leadership, our teams live by our core values of community and service by serving on local boards, volunteering for non-profit organizations, and actively participating in youth sports, churches and other civic endeavors.
As producers of affordable, highly nutritious eggs and egg products, Versova embraces the responsibility of putting food on the tables of those who are facing hunger.
In Iowa, Versova has joined other egg producers statewide in partnering with the Iowa Egg Council to donate eggs each month to Iowa’s food banks to help reduce hunger through the donation program, Cracking Hunger. Versova committed to donating 86,400 eggs each month. Additionally, over the years, Versova’s farms have donated eggs and purchased meals for Iowa families in need.
Versova’s farm in Ohio, Trillium, has a long partnership with the state’s hunger relief providers, working in collaboration with Ohio’s egg producers and the Ohio Poultry Association. In 2018, Trillium donated more than 37,300 dozen eggs to foodbanks and local pantries. In addition, Trillium employees have volunteered at local foodbanks doing thing like meal preparation and filling backpacks for schools.
Versova’s family of farms support numerous local organizations in their communities through sponsorships. Throughout the years, Versova has invested in programs that support local fire departments and safety programs, children and youth sporting activities, resources for women’s domestic violence and sex trafficking, community festivals and much more.
In addition to donating eggs to anti-hunger organizations, local food pantries and soup kitchens, Versova also contributes to national hunger-relief groups like Feeding America. Over the past years, Versova has donated to the organization, which has helped provide thousands meals to families in need across the United States.
Versova’s farm, Trillium, has also been a proud partner of PJs and Eggs, a central Ohio “breakfast for dinner” event that raises awareness of egg production and supports Nationwide Children’s Hospital with donations of funds and thousands of pairs of pajamas.