Bekings Poultry Farm

Bekings Poultry Farm

Bekings Poultry Farm

John and Cora Beking

Eggs, “the way they’re supposed to taste,” is the promise that John and Cora Beking make to their customers. They currently manage a flock of 14,000 chickens which they house in barns that were retooled in 2005 into ‘loose housing’ – practice commonly used in the 1960s. This roam-free system results in more active, healthier birds. Eggs are graded on site and prompt delivery ensures the freshness of the eggs reaching the consumer.

Food safety is essential and Bekings Poultry Farm is certified by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and adheres to the farm food safety practices of HACCP. Firm believers in the local food movement, the Bekings welcome the increased consumer interest in adhering to protocols such as the 100 mile diet.


eggs & occasionally laying hens


2405 Jochems Rd, Oxford Station, Ontario

Production Practices:

grain-fed, roam-free, on site grading, prompt delivery, CFIA* approved, HACCP** certified.

*  Canadian Food Inspection Agency
**  Hazard Analysis And Critical Control Point

Buy & Savour:

at specialty food stores; Ottawa, Main & Metcalfe Farmers’ Markets, & in local restaurants