We started in 2001 when we launched our first technology solution for pig farming. Since then, we have closely followed the evolution of the pig industry. Today, we offer cutting-edge management solutions for the pig, poultry, and dairy milk industries in Brazil and worldwide.
The purpose that guides us in each new step is to generate prosperity for farmers. This means being side-by-side of those who work in animal production, helping them achieve better results day after day – using technology, information, and management.
Those who live from the land constantly seek to progress.
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We are tech. We are ag.
We are Agriness: a platform of solutions that combines innovation, technology, and knowledge to improve and forward the productivity of animal production.
We know that farming requires hard work and has countless uncontrollable factors. Despite the challenges, we believe in the evolution of the sector. For that, we do not measure efforts: we work side by side with our customers, driving, building, and bringing agribusiness technology closer.
This is why our solutions are founded on three pillars:
We believe that good results can only be achieved when the knowledge of the people involved in the daily life of animal production is connected with the knowledge generated by data. We develop solutions specially to meet the needs of each audience:
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Access the contents we have prepared for you to know how information,
management and people can help you make your production more efficient.
Today’s pig farming can no longer be based solely on experience or intuition. There are a number of resources ensuring better choices for a farm´s future, for example the Award for The Best Swine Producer Agriness.
Monitoring all steps of all production processes can seem very complicated, even for the most experienced managers. The Agriness P+1 method shows that in pig farming there is a critical flow of processes that determine whether the farmer will be able to deliver enough animals at the end of each period. The monitoring and homogeneity of these processes, or key points of production, have a direct – and positive – impact harnessing the maximum productive potential and ideal delivery.
Any farm can harness the maximum production potential that its facilities and structure allow, but many farms fail to do so. In order to reach this potential, you have to look at the whole production system, relating farm records to the production process. But where to start?