Wouldn’t it be great, if we could grow more meat, faster, cheaper and sustainably and at the same time, cut out non-therapeutic antibiotic use in agriculture? That’s what we do each day at ProAgni.
Who is ProAgni?
ProAgni is an agriculture biotech founded by a team of primary producers and industry experts.
ProAgni is focused on improving economic outcomes for producers, whilst helping the industry tackle key global challenges, such as: food security, antimicrobial resistance, and reducing emissions.
Our productsWe develop sheep and cattle nutrition products, that;
- Contain NO Antibiotics or Ionophores
- Maintain animal health and safety
- Utilise feed more efficiently
Reduced induction –
Our products have delivered 20%+ improvements in feed conversion & average daily gains which can translate into improvements in profitability.
Our future product development is focused on significantly reducing induction times in intensive feeding systems using shelfstable probiotics.
Trialed and validated
ProAgni products are trialled
Our unique products have been included in research trials with The University of New England and the Thomas Elder Institute.
Commercially products have been used in 20,000 tons of feed and fed to over 500,000 animals.
With the season getting better and forage crops growing rapidly it can be tempting to introduce stock onto crops. Double check that your crops ready, as a weeks of patience now can play dividends in the long run. Ensure secondary roots are established Ensure grazing activity will not pull plants
An Australian breakthrough in creating antibiotic-free livestock supplements and feeds has taken out gold in the Edison Awards, which recognise the best global innovation and innovators. NSW-based ProAgni was named the global gold award winner for the Health & Wellness, Agricultural Innovation category for its ProTect™ solution, which maintains cattle
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