Allflex began with a simple idea!
With the ability to identify each animal, you will be able to generate the data needed to substantially manage the life of an individual, a whole herd and finally provide traceability for a country.
Allflex Livestock Intelligence, part of Antelliq, is the world leader in the design, development, manufacturing and delivery of solutions for animal identification, monitoring, farm management, and traceability. Our data-driven solutions are used by farmers, companies and countries to manage hundreds of millions of animals worldwide. By putting intelligent, actionable management information into farmers’ hands, our solutions empower them to act in a timely manner to trace animals and safeguard their health and wellbeing, while achieving optimal production outcomes for a healthy, sustainable food supply.
Allflex North America
At Allflex, we’re committed to helping people in the livestock
industry use individual animal identification as a management tool.
As the pace of the livestock industry accelerates, the need for
accurate information gathered quickly, is increasingly important.
Our challenge is to continually bring products, services and advice
to the industry that create workable solutions in real-life conditions.
Our sales, marketing and technology teams traverse the country in multiple regions. Our staff are highly involved in state and regional industry organizations understanding the customers and animals we serve at all levels.
We consistently introduce new and improved products based on sound manufacturing and an understanding of how those products need to perform in real-world conditions. Visual tags, Electronic Tags, Tissue Sampling Units and now Animal Health Monitoring all play a role for the customers we serve.
- Visual-Cutting age shape, color stability and laser ink marking.
- Electronic-High and standard performance products for advanced ID programs
- Tissue Sampling-Efficient DNA collection, storage and lab partners
- Monitoring-Industry leading monitoring of activity, rumination and heat stress