FodderTech is a company that specializes in the development, manufacturing and marketing of sprouting systems. This unique equipment grows SEED TO FEED in 7 DAYS. Sprouting commercial volumes of sprouts indoors empowers livestock owners to grow green feed year-round. Availability of consistent, green feed year-round can improve animal nutrition, farm profitability, and much more.

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5 Wanderwood Way , Sandy , Utah 84092-4853 USA

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Globally (various continents)

Peter Doyle Designs

FodderTech's approaches sprouting in a unique way. All FodderTech equipment and growing techniques were developed by Mr. Peter Doyle, a world recognized hydroponic expert. Peter Doyle recognized early on that sprouting had specific challenges including problems growing mold & mildew with the sprouts, labor involved in sprouting, and expandability.

Due to Peter Doyle's systematic approach to sprouting and his dedication to research & development, all FodderTech designs prevent mold and mildew year round and come complete with the FodderTech Mold Free Guarantee. Likewise, FodderTech many of FodderTech's designs are expandable. Finally, FodderTech has integrated labor saving growing techniques which reduce labor time required to sprout.

Feeding FodderTech Sprouts

  • Grow sprouts for $60 - $100 per ton
  • Replace expensive feeds such as grain, corn, and hay
  • Harvest sprouts year round
  • Improve animal nutrition with green feed
  • Dramatically reduce water, land, and energy use

Animal Types:

  • Beef & Dairy Cows
  • Horses
  • Swine
  • Beef & dairy goats
  • Sheep
  • Chickens & poultry
  • Llamas, alpaca, deer, & elk
  • Rabbits, tilapia, buffalo, & exotics

The FodderTech Mission Statement:

Enable the world to feed itself nutritiously, profitably, and sustainably, through the widespread use of sprouted grain in livestock feed.

The FodderTech Difference:

FodderTech prevents mold and mildew that has plagued hydroponic sprouting systems without using strong chemicals. Controlling mold allows sprouts to become an excellent feed source for livestock.