While you have probably eaten a Daybreak egg, you will not find them on the grocery store shelf. We sell our eggs to commercial customers for use in restaurants.

Our hens are raised in a variety of indoor systems. However, no matter what system they are raised, we focus on: feed, light, air, water, security and safety. From appropriate lighting and ventilation to access to clean water and feed, we ensure our hens have everything they need.

Cage-free, a term regulated by the USDA, means that the eggs come from hens that can freely roam a building or enclosed area with access to food and fresh water during their production cycle.

Please contact our Communications Department at our Corporate Office at 920-648-8341.

There are a variety of jobs available at Daybreak Foods! Roles on the farms include general labor, animal caretaker, food processing line worker, maintenance, quality, and farm leadership. In our corporate office we have roles in Accounting, Information Technology, and Human Resources.

No, the jobs on the processing side of the facility have no contact with animals.

While we do prefer previous work experience, it is not required. Having experience on a family farm, 4-H or FFA could also make you qualified for a job in production.

While the exact hours may vary from location to location, the hours are primarily first shift.

Yes, we offer competitive pay and benefits to our full-time employees.

Entry level roles generally pay between $13.50-$20.00 per hour, depending on the position and location.

Daybreak Foods is a growing organization that treats employees with dignity and respect.