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RABO foodbytes top 15 finalists.

We’re thrilled to have been announced as one of the top 15 finalists, from a field of 340,  at the international RABO Foodbytes ‘Virtual Pitch’ competition. Our ProAgni presentation directly addresses meaningful, sustainable changes to the red meat industry while providing the tools to maintain and increase every farmer’s bottom

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Future Food Asia Presentation

ProAgni® started 4 years ago with a simple question… “How do Kangaroos thrive and survive in one of the harshest climates on earth?” And how could we translate that to livestock? Today, ProAgni is a revenue producing Australian Ag/Bioscience company committed to developing products that decrease the environmental footprint of

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Australian biotech firm shortlisted in Future Food Asia awards

Australian biotech company ProAgni has been shortlisted for the 2020 Future Food Asia Award, beating out dozens of other international agtech startups vying for the USD100,000 prize. Announcing the shortlist, jury member Isabelle Decitre said: “The current state of our world has cast light on the prominent role of agriculture

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ProAgni takes gold in global innovation awards

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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PHD applications for joint project
Biotechnology

Joint industry phD Project

ProAgni is excited to announce our joint Industry phD project with CSIRO and UNSW.  We are now accepting applications for: Development of Microencapsulation technology for targeted delivery of enzymes in the gastrointestinal tract of ruminants PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Forages consist of 40 to 100% of ruminant diet. Forages are often high

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