Energrow Inc.

My Energrow System is easy to operate, very easy to setup and fairly maintenance free, if I have seed in the tank and the meal bag’s empty it will run 24 hours a day. It’ll operate while I’m sleeping or taking deposits to the bank!

Custom Crusher in Listowel, Ontario

“Our cows really like our homemade Soyex and get a really nice shine from the oil left in the meal. We’ve saved a lot on our feed bill and have a lot more control over our feed costs.We are currently feeding a 78% forage ration.”

Jim & Helen Christie, Christhill Farms - Dairy Farm in Tara, Ontario

Within 10 days of feeding Soyex to my milking cows, the milk protein increased 0.2 and the fat also increased 0.2. I mix the Soyex with soybean meal, high moisture corn, corn silage, alfalfa haylage and straw. The cows like the feed and its palatability. Soyex provides a higher source of energy than soybean meal and is a great source of protein. In addition, Soyex is also very economical. I am very happy with Soyex!

Werner Egger, Egger Farms - Dairy Farm in Gadshill, Ontario

Our butter fat right now is 4.05 and our protein is 3.3-3.4 so it’s marvelous! It’s our own product and I’m proud to use our own product! It takes us basically 2 minutes to clean the press, get the sediment out of the sift, shake it out and then we walk back out for 24 hours. We’re on the right track to reduce costs and our Energrow System is what’s going to make it happen!

Dairy Farm in Casselman, Ontario

I wanted something I could supplement my fuel bill with. I like the ease of the operation, easy setup and that it's local! Support’s great, they’re just a phone call away and they can walk you through any problemsI

Cash Crop Farm in Chesterville, ON

We did a trial and we found that not only did we save on feed costs, our cows came up 15% in milk. Rather than just sell our beans to the local elevator and buying back the feed, you can make the feed yourself and save money – it saved everybody more money. We’re currently selling our oil to a local feed mill, but as fuel prices rise we expect to use the oil in our tractors."

Jersey and Veal Farm in Lindsay, ON

After consulting with my nutritionist, I came to the conclusion that it is more economical to use Soyex than using roasted beans.

Dairy Farm in Atwood, ON
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