Aaron Law was always destined to take over Law’s Horizon Egg Farm. A third generation farmer, he purchased the nearly 80 year old business that had been started by his grandparents. After a successful engineering career, Aaron felt it was time to join the family business full time.

Having been inspired by his parents who were innovators as well as farmers, Aaron took up the task of completely revamping and restructuring how the Law’s Horizon Farm would house and farm their eggs.

With his parents’ blessing, he undertook a $1M project aimed at allowing his 34,000 hens to live safely and happily. The German-engineered housing system implemented at Law’s Horizon, along with the capacity to make their own specialty feed kept them ahead of the curve.

Once Canada enacted regulations in how hens were to live while laying, Law’s Horizon had already gone ahead, above, and beyond the national expectation.