Trillium Farms was established in 2011 and has grown to be one of the nation’s leading egg producers. Our production operations include pullets, cage free pullets, egg-layers, and cage free layers. We process both shell eggs and liquid egg on site to ensure quality and freshness.
Trillium Farms has its own feed mills and trucking operations to transport hens and the feed they consume. The heart of our company is located in Croton and Johnstown, Ohio with additional locations in Larue, Marseilles and Mt. Victory, Ohio.
Our focus is on providing outstanding care of our flocks of egg-laying hens and pullets each day. Those flocks consume 10,000 tons of feed each week – a nutritious diet that helps them produce millions of safe, wholesome eggs each day.
We are committed to providing the best care for our flocks in order to produce the safest, highest-quality egg product for our consumers. We operate each of our facilities with high regard for our environment and with dedication to being good neighbors within our community.
Labor Day - Monday September 7th, 2015
Our offices will be closed on Monday, September 7th for Labor Day. In addition, there will be NO corn receiving at either the Croton and Larue mills on this day as well. Enjoy the holiday and we will see you on Tuesday, September 8th.
Trillium Farms is in the process of assuming the origination and receiving of corn at its combined elevator/feed mills in Croton and LaRue. Interstate Commodities' involvement at Croton and LaRue will be ending at the close of business on August 21, 2015.
Sales to either location beginning August 24th, can be made by contacting Trillium's Grain Originator, Stephanie McDougal at 740-817-2984 or Grain and Feed Manager, Steve Nail at 515-314-6298.
All existing contracts for fall delivery or later to either Croton or LaRue will be honored for delivery to Croton or LaRue under Trillium's name.
A New Feed Loadout Scale!
We are very pleased to announce that a new above ground platform scale will be installed in the feedmill loadout driveway. This new scale will ELIMINATE the bottleneck of having the feed delivery units having to share the line with grain haulers waiting for the same scale. Installation will be prior to harvest this Fall and will be just the next welcome addition to a list of many improvements to come!