Ever.Ag Adds Dalex To Its Portfolio of AgTech Companies

Dalex has provided the animal nutrition industry with advanced feed ration formulation technology since 1980. Ever.Ag said the acquisition will help fight food costs.

Frisco-based AgTech provider Ever.Ag announced that Dalex, a pioneer in animal nutrition technology, has joined its portfolio, expanding the company’s range of on-farm offerings for livestock and dairy producers.

Scott Sexton

“Most livestock producers spend more on feed than on anything else, so we are proud to expand our on-farm solutions with industry-leading technology that allows them to maximize efficiency,” Ever.Ag CEO Scott Sexton said in a statement.

Sexton adds that Dalex has a strong reputation for helping producers raise highly-productive animals, calling its tools and tech “cutting edge.”

EverAg was formed in February through Frisco-based Dairy.com’s merger with risk management firm ever.ag and software solutions business EFC Systems. With its team of about 450 and seven global locations, EverAg’s tech is helping more than 600 companies “efficiently and cost effectively move food from farm to fork,” the company said at the time.

On-farm solutions

Dalex has provided the animal nutrition industry with advanced feed ration formulation technology since 1980. The solution’s scientific data models and ingredient repository enable nutritionists to collaborate and formulate cost-efficient, high-performing diets for farms of all sizes, the company said.

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“From ration formulation with Dalex, to managing feed in front of animals in real-time with Cainthus, to analytics platforms that enable analysis of ration and production efficiency, Ever.Ag now offers end-to-end visibility for producers and their partners.” Dallas Shaw, Dalex vice president of business development, said in a statement.

Ever.Ag offers innovative AgTech solutions and services that empower agriculture, food, and beverage supply chains to feed a growing world. Its solutions can support the complex needs of companies involved in dairy, livestock, crops, and agribusiness, the company said.

With decades of experience and industry-leading innovations, Ever.Ag’s technology, risk management, and market intelligence provides its customers with the tools and insights they need to operate more efficiently, sustainably, and strategically across every stage of the supply chain, the company said.

No financial terms were disclosed.

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