To develop a profitable and ongoing business opportunity based on the relationships formed within the farming community. This will be accomplished by: Increasing the farmers’ profitability while improving the environment in which his livestock live, reducing the potential of debilitating injury and minimizing hoof disorders caused by slippery and unstable flooring conditions. Acting in a professional manner in which the farmer and his livestock are treated with integrity and respect, with strict attention to bio-security measures while creating as litle disruption in their daily routine as is possible.
AGRI-TRAC Inc.: This Canadian Corporation was originally Woodkin Agri-Systems based out of Woodstock Ontario, Canada. and specialized in renovation, repairs, and retrofitting of existing dairy barns since 1976.
This company became widely known in the Southern Ontario area where there are many top dairy herds with animals of great value. A consistent problem observed was the dangers of slippery concrete in areas that the animals walked on. Upon being approached by many of these dairy operators to find an economical and more effective way of solving this problem than existed at that time, the AGRI-TRAC concept was born.
Research and development started in the early 1990’s. The unique equipment and efficient process is designed to disrupt the daily routine of a livestock operation as little as possible and provide a texture into pre-existing floors that enhances the safety, animal health and productivity of today’s modern livestock facilities. To date there has been well over 3,000,000 square feet of AGRI-TRAC texture placed into dairy & beef barn floors.
Information and statistics gathered from Canadian and American customer evaluations has proven that the AGRI-TRAC texture is far superior to any previous method of floor alteration. So much so, that it is the only process that pre-cast slat manufacturers will allow on their product that won’t void the manufacturer’s warranty.
A United States Patent was issued in December of 2002 to AGRI-TRAC Inc. and the Canadian patent came shortly thereafter.
None other compare!