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Grant Broadcasters invest in Aussie AgTech start up.

Australian AgTech company ProAgni today announced that it had secured Series A investment from established regional media entity Grant Broadcasters. ProAgni was established in 2018 to provide antibiotic free animal feed products that preserve animal health and economic sustainability, while decreasing the environmental and social impacts of farming. Its cutting-edge

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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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Beef Australia 2021, Pitch in the paddock winners look back…

Since winning Pitch in the Paddock at Beef Australia in 2018, ProAgni have gone on to win the Global Edison Foundation Award for innovation, become a finalist in the Future Food Asia awards (over 200 applicants), become a semi-finalist in the Tesco Agri T-Jam (170 applicants) and are currently sitting

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Warren Lee, ProAgni Commercial Director
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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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Early weaning lambs, why it’s a good idea for producers?

Focusing on early weaning, is a key management tool for maximising efficiency within the production system and to assist in the development of young animals to become high functioning ruminants. Strong management through weaning, delivers many benefits for producers, including; Optimising the genetic potential of offspring Saving time Increasing return

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Awards

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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Q and A

Q and A – Getting ready for weaning

How should I prepare for weaning Sheep & Cattle – At least 10 days before weaning, feed ewes and lambs or cows and calves in paddock with troughs and/or self-feeders to imprint lambs/calves with feed infrastructure . Do this daily to imprint and reinforce feeding behaviour until day of weaning

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Dont get grass fever
Cattle

Don’t get grass fever

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

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Awards

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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Cattle

Clostridial diseases

With the recent wide spread and much needed rainfall over much of the eastern Australia, many confinement-fed sheep are being turned out onto rapidly growing feed. Beware, this is the perfect time for clostridial diseases to become a real problem. Rapid changes in feed types can make the intestinal tract

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