Our small-town, family-owned values of service and quality never waver.

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We believe that providing quality eggs and egg products while being a leader in animal welfare go hand in hand.

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Rose Acre Farms is committed to using the best technology and automation in all aspects of egg processing.

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Rose Acre Farms provides a range of commodity shell eggs, specialty eggs, and egg products.

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Rose Acre Farms:

Family-Owned With Small-Town Values

From our beginnings in the 1930s as a family chicken farm in rural Indiana, Rose Acre Farms has grown to become the second-largest egg producer in the United States. Although our operations now encompass numerous facilities across the United States and our customers include some of the world's largest retail, food service, and industrial companies, we are still family-owned and pride ourselves on the small-town values of quality and service that have characterized Rose Acre Farms from the start.

Rose Acre Farms offers commodity eggs, specialty eggs including cage-free varieties, liquid eggs, dried eggs, and egg protein powder. Our commodity eggs, specialty eggs and egg products are available wholesale in bulk containers as well as in a variety of egg cartons including pulp, foam, and clear. When we sell eggs wholesale to retailers, our team works with the client to develop a nutritional profile for the egg as well as brand-specific egg cartons. For our commercial and industrial clients, we offer liquid eggs and dried eggs in a variety of nutritional profiles that can include cage-free or other specialty eggs or commodity eggs, depending on the client's needs. Rose Acre Farms' egg protein powder, Sport Protein, is available directly to consumers.

At Rose Acre Farms, our high standards of quality, safety, and availability mark us as among the best egg producers in the country, but our values of service and integrity are what truly set us apart. We look forward to doing business with you!

News & Updates

  • Jan 10, 2014

    No. 1 food trend for restaurants in 2014: Eggs

    In restaurants coast to coast, prospects for 2014 appear sunny-side up. The No. 1 trend for American eateries? Eggs — and not just for breakfast. “Overall, 2014 really will be the year of the egg,” predicted Christopher Krohn, president and CEO of Restaurant.com, the nation’s largest restaurant dining deals website.
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  • Dec 09, 2013

    Egg industry a 'good egg'

    By: Andy Vance BY essentially every key metric, the sustainability of egg production has improved dramatically over the past 50 years, according to a landmark study released Oct. 30 by the Egg Industry Center at Iowa State University.
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  • Oct 22, 2013

    Get cracking! Eggs are good for you food

    It's difficult to make smart food choices without accurate knowledge about nutrition, and yet food myths and dated research linger, acting as a barrier to change. So it is with the egg. Misunderstood for decades, the little egg has been labeled a “bad food.” It's been blamed for raising cholesterol, and it's been banished from diets for allegedly increasing heart disease risk. But a host of new research is setting the record straight, suggesting that nearly everyone, with the exception of diabetics, can enjoy one whole egg daily.
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Rose Acre Farms | Family-Owned With Small-Town Values