Meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. 

Sustainability is an ecological, social, and economical concept. It is intended to be a means of configuring civilization and human activity so that society and its members are able to meet their needs and express their greatest potential in the present, while preserving biodiversity and natural ecosystems, and planning and acting for the ability to maintain these ideals indefinitely. Sustainability affects every level of organization, from the local neighborhood to the entire globe.

We the employees of Fulton Valley Farms will ensure and protect sustainability here forth through ongoing traceability and responsibility through, and not limited to; hatch date to market age, planted corn to feed conversion, water availability to consumption and treatment for pasters, electrical intake to above industry standards, contract growers economic needs to theirs and their childrens futures and so forth regardless if the generations future is related to our business or not.


Fulton Valley Farms guarantees, through management commitment that we will, for indefinite time, continue to broaden our ownership and control of aspects related to our operations to ensure sustainable methods are applied to every corner of our business. These actions applied through traceability will guarantee our responsibility of ecological, social and economic needs of not just our company’s future but for our local, state, national and global future, backfilling our footprint through every step we take while paving a foundation for the next generation through sustainable methods, procedures, efforts and knowledge. 

"Bruntland Report, 1987. World Commission on Environment and Development."