11210 Croton Road, Croton, Ohio 43013
Wednesday, 10am – 3 p.m.
North Locations (Marseilles, Mt Victory, LaRue and Goshen)
20613 Twp Hwy 103, Harpster, Ohio 43323
Wednesday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Trillium Farms is an equal opportunity employer.
Trillium Farms is committed to producing safe, high-quality shell eggs for consumers. We demonstrate our commitment by participating in several quality assurance programs, taking preventive measures, and exceeding all egg safety guidelines. Trillium Farms utilizes and progressively updates its food safety and quality programs to ensure the most efficient and consistent egg production practices. Adherence to these programs is monitored and audited regularly by internal, customer and third-party auditors.
In addition to the several national quality assurance programs our farms participate in, our teams also implement on-farm safety practices to ensure the quality and safety of our eggs and egg products. Team members participate in ongoing, intensive training to understand our food safety and handling procedures and policies.
At Trillium Farms, animal welfare is a top priority. Our leadership team has made significant investments in training and compliance to ensure that our hens always receive the best care. We employ a corporate veterinarian who oversees the health and medical needs of our flocks and supervises the performance of our animal care teams.
We work together daily to guarantee that our farms exceed the standards set within the egg farming industry. Trillium Farms hens are managed under the United Egg Producers (UEP) Certified Program. This is a comprehensive welfare system that is audited annually by a UEP-approved auditing firm.
Our dedicated employees ensure that our hens live in a safe and healthy environment by providing constant access to fresh feed and water and by carefully monitoring their well-being. Our flocks consume 10,000 tons of feed each week – a nutritious diet that helps them produce millions of safe, wholesome eggs each day. Manure is removed daily from our barns using manure belt technology with air drying systems to ensure a clean environment for both farm employees and birds.
New team members who work with our hens receive in-depth training on proper handling, which meet Trillium Farms’ animal welfare standards. We have a zero-tolerance policy for any employee that does not comply with the company, regulatory, and industry standards we enforce.
Trillium Farms operates each of its facilities with high regard for the environment and with dedication to being good neighbors within our communities. Our farms follow and enforce a manure management system that’s in place across all of Versova’s farms. In addition, our teams compost and recycle where possible, implement effective procedures that conserve energy and water, and recycle and conserve nutrients and manure for use by local farmers. Trillium Farms employees also receive trainings on our environmental sustainability practices, which are continually reviewed for improvement.
Trillium Farms is committed to playing an active role in the communities where we are located by providing hundreds of jobs to residents and supporting local farmers by contracting their grain products. Since 2015, Trillium has locally sourced the corn used to feed our flocks, which allows our farm to directly support farmers in our community. Each year, Trillium contracts more than 9 million bushels of corn. We also strive to build positive relationships with community members by seeking opportunities to educate them about farming practices.
Trillium Farms is a long-time supporter of hunger relief organizations, donating millions of eggs each year to local food pantries to help feed hungry Ohioans. As one of the leading egg producers in the United States, we believe doing our part to end hunger nationwide is a responsibility.
In addition to our hunger relief efforts, Trillium Farms supports numerous local organizations including the Licking County 4-H Program, Licking County Housing Coalition, Hartford Independent Fair, Relay for Life, Indian Lake Watershed Preserve, Ohio State Fair Poultry Science Program, A Kid Again, Ohio Poultry Association’s PJs and Eggs event and various local foodbanks.