Agricure has its own analytical laboratory as well as carried out in house research in animal nutrition and has used the Universities to further develop an understanding underpining nutritional requirements in animals.
The plant medicine extracts are verified by Southern Cross University. Division of Plant Sciences.
Our animal research contracts were with University of Queensland School of Agriculture and Food Science and Gatton University to investigate skeletal development in young horses and chickens.
Sydney University department of Chemistry and Department of Biomedical Engineering. Fermentation of bacterial probiotics and the photosynthesis of various agal species to produce fat soluble vitamins.
Years of experience formulating is going to cut down time and guide you to a shelf stable successful product. The sooner the customer can get it out there the sooner that can be competitive. Customer sees an opportunity and so TIME is a vital factor.
Agricure and its team have 40 years of experience in developing ideas and bringing them to market.
Meet the Agricure team
Veterinary scientist Ray Biffin and Biochemist Hub Regtop, both highly esteemed members of the Australian scientific and veterinary communities, have built Agricure into a highly successful and often ground breaking animal and human products manufacturer in NSW Australia. Their combined knowledge and industry prowess.
Hubert Regtop is a biochemist and microbiologist. He has a batchelor of science degree B.Sc. from the University of New South Wales
Ray Biffin and horses belong in the same sentence. A drover and stockman since small child, he later stabled and trained successful showjumpers.
Jake has been with Agricure since 2005, for the last ten years he has been responsible for the management of both Agricure’s manufacturing arm and R&D operations.
Phillip Mark Griffin
Phillip Griffin is the founding director and production manager for Agricure.