Sunny Side Up – The Incredible Egg Blog

Our Family’s American Dream

My name is Ben Thompson and I’m a second-generation farmer at Pearl Valley Farms of Pearl City, Illinois. I live the American Dream every day on our farm; it gives me a strong work ethic and a life purpose. With my parents, my wife, Tammy, and my children at my side, we have built and grown our business by staying true to our roots and maintaining an unwavering commitment to doing what’s right. I’m so excited about what the future holds, but it also makes me pause and appreciate the years of hard work to get to where we are today.

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Proudly Representing Virginia Tradition at the White House

I am a fourth-generation farmer of Dutt & Wagner. I began working on our family farm at the age of 14 and, after gaining a Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and an MBA from the University of Richmond, I returned to Dutt & Wagner in 2015 to carry on our family tradition. Americans love eggs, and we work hard every day to provide the best possible food for people!

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From Our Farm to the White House, Eggs Are on a Roll

As a parent, an American and a fourth-generation egg farmer, there’s nothing quite like the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Last April, my wife and I were delighted to take our three children from the Little Apple (Manhattan, Kansas) to the annual event on the South Lawn of the White House. While this marked the first time we were honored to attend this monumental experience, our family ties to the egg industry run deep.

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The West Coast is the Best Coast…for Farming.

Right off Highway 78 and close enough to San Diego that we can feel the ocean breeze and salt in the air, sits my family’s farm, Demler Brothers Pine Hill. As a third-generation farmer, I was raised surrounded by agriculture. It was, and still is, a way of life. My grandfather, Edmund Demler, started our family in the egg business and passed the tradition to my father, Kevin Demler, at our San Diego ranch in 1974. The farm was then passed to my brother and me, extending a history that’s ripe with tradition.

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Dish On Eggs: Holiday Recipes from the State Eggsperts

The nation’s top egg farming states have come together to dish on their favorite holiday recipes representing their home state. Download the cookbook featuring 25 delicious egg recipes, including appetizers, brunch and desserts, that are sure to impress guests at any holiday gathering. Learn how to create tasty twists on regional favorites with these How-To […]

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From the Farm to the White House, Our Eggs Are On a Roll

By Brent Nelson 4th Generation Egg Farmer Nelson Poultry Farms, Manhattan, KS What do Kansas, the White House and Easter have in common? You may be surprised to learn that egg farmers from across the country, including from the great state of Kansas, are proudly donating 30,000 farm-fresh eggs to the 2018 White House Easter […]

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How to Make Your Easter Basket Eggstra Special This Year

The Easter holiday comes with many traditions — egg hunts, decorating, brunch and, of course … the Easter egg basket. This year, create baskets that the Easter Bunny himself would approve with help from The Incredible Egg. Whether you’re sending baskets to family and friends or giving them to kiddos after an Easter Egg hunt, […]

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Incredible Egg Bibimbap

This incredible take on the traditional Korean Bibimbap is bursting with flavor, color, texture and the high-quality protein any team needs to bring home the gold! Grab your friends, a bowl of Incredible Bibimbap and eat up all the exciting moments. Whether your watching the action or out on the field, the 22 grams of […]

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