Egg Laying Process

Egg laying Process

Egg Production & Processing

There are many processes involved in producing eggs and getting them from the farm to the table - or the art studio - and a lot of different people involved in the process.


At the farm, chicks are raised in hatcheries, then migrated to our pullet barns until they are ready to move to the laying barn.


Farmers from all over Alberta send their eggs to Sparks Eggs for grading. Once the eggs reach the grading station, they will be cleaned, candled, graded, sorted, packaged into cartons and then shipped to retail stores or commercial facilities. Only the best eggs are rated as Canada Grade A, and only Grade A eggs will end up in the freezer section at your local grocer.


There are many safeguards in place to assure that the eggs you take home are healthy and fresh





Poultry Specialist

A Word from our Poultry Specialist

Ken Severson is the Nutrition and Poultry Specialist for Sparks Eggs. Ken takes care to make sure the hens and pullets are fed a balanced diet, and to safeguard their health and welfare.

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Food Safety & Animal Welfare

The 4 Pillars

At Sparks Eggs we respect 4 important pillars of responsibility.

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