Since 1997, AGTREK has been growing and developing a reputation that is of high esteem. Producers recognize the benefits of working with AGTREK and the farm driven management solutions they provide.
We have noticed that despite the experience of dairy nutrition specialists, feed consultants and producers, there are times when some important information is missing when developing nutrition programs.
Therefore, AGTREK has developed a comprehensive management system that is based on the concept of management by a multidimensional approach combining a large number of disciplines of the dairy production industry, which the producer must keep in mind when designing a diet such as:
- the quality of the forage;
and the economy.
Your AGTREK representative is able to:
- offer consultation on renovations and new construction to ensure the space is ergonomically suitable for dairy production;
- analyze current feed, stool samples and forage quality;
- to design and propose a balanced ration plan.
AGTREK & PArtners
Early on, it became clear that more support would benefit everyone, and a global company Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) was there to offer that support. This valued relationship provides AGTREK with advanced technologies and training along with access to their dairy research facility. This relationship is supported by the Co-op Embrun Feed Divisions’ mill.
Through consultations with ADM and attending conferences and workshops, AGTREK continues to be committed to innovation and technology to stay on the cutting edge. AGTREK consultants are well informed and eager to share this knowledge with producers.
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Embrun Co-op Agtrek Team
Julie is invaluable to the team. She specializes in ROF/ROM and Agri-analysis. She also supports the feed counter giving her unparalleled knowledge of the product offerings available from the local Co-op Embrun Feed Division. When not at work Julie further immerses herself in the industry through her support and participation with the local 4H chapters and the Country Fairs.
All throughout high-school and college, Jennifer worked on a small dairy farm doing fieldwork, milking, and feeding. Having graduated from the Veterinary Technician program at Algonquin College in 2008, she spent 2 years working as a veterinary technician with the London Humane Society before becoming a mom of 3.
Since then, she’s worked on several farms milking and taking care of other chores. It’s her experience on various farms and as a vet tech which have nurtured her interest in caring for dairy cattle and ensuring optimal nutrition.