Chino Valley Ranchers
In 1959, Chino Valley Ranchers began acquiring chickens and producing their eggs. Charles, their wife Isabella, and their three sons, David, Steve, and Charles Jr, worked hard and used innovative methods to provide better care for their birds. One of these was taking the chickens out of their cages and placing nests directly on the floor, allowing the birds to walk around on their own. It marked the early beginnings of the “cage-free” approach to raising chickens, which has become a standard in humane treatment within the industry. From those early days right through the present day, we are (and have always been) proud to be cage-free.
Chino Valley Ranchers mission is to produce the freshest and highest quality eggs at the best price, treat all their hens with kindness and respect through personalized care, and put back into the earth what they take out of it. From the early days more than a half-century ago, Chino Valley Ranchers has been always been a family-owned company dedicated to bringing the freshest and best-tasting eggs to your table. Consistent quality is their hallmark. In fact, for three generations now, our sole focus has been egg ranching.
Their headquarters resides in sunny Colton, California where the crew brings in and handle the eggs from local farms. Their ranches are all near to ensure the freshest eggs possible. Three are located in Riverside County, one in San Diego County, and one in San Bernardino County. They also have a ranch in Idalou, Texas. Each serves its local community by supplying fresh organic and specialty eggs to outlets throughout the region.
We have other California ranchers as well. Three are located in Riverside County, one in San Diego County, and one in San Bernardino County. They also have a ranch in Idalou, Texas. Each serves its local community by supplying fresh organic and specialty eggs to outlets throughout the region.
The benefit of providing locally produced fresh eggs to the community has prompted Chino Valley Ranchers to partner with more and more small independent farms throughout the United States. It’s good for farming families and good for the local economy.
Chino Valley Ranchers community farm relationships extend throughout the Midwest. Importantly, every one of these farms follows the same high standards of bird care that are practiced at their facility in California.