Agrisol was continuously investing in modernization, technology and innovation. In the year 2000, Agrisol implemented an integrated structure, from compound feed production, to poultry and swine raising, slaughtering, transportation, and commercialization of meat, both domestically and for export. The retail network reached 87 units complying European standards. Currently, Agrisol exports meat products to 10 countries: France, Germany, Belgium, UK, Macedonia, Greece, Bulgaria, Italy, Congo and Liberia.
Also in 2000, the construction of the first compound feed plant, of the silos and its annexes started in Movila Vulpii, Prahova County. This was the first step towards the integrated production process operating today. In the following years, the company expanded, acquiring Voluntari facility and the silo complex for swine raising and fattening in Cazanesti, Ialomita.
In late 2003, Agrisol obtained S.A.P.A.R.D European financing program and started the implementation of the Poultry Slaughter Modernization project, in accordance with EU requirements.
In 2005, the company continued its expansion with the acquisition of Lipanesti farm and with the modernization of Cazanesti complex halls.
Agrisol took over the seven companies belonging to Toneli agriculture group in 2008 and began the expansion of Boldesti-Scaieni slaughterhouse.
The development of the store network was a permanent priority for the group, recording a continuous growth in recent years. In 2010, the network number reached 40 units. The following year, the network expanded to 55 stores, reaching a total of 69 stores in 2012.
In 2012, Boldesti-Scaeni slaughterhouse was equipped with machines for weighing, labeling, sorting and packaging, worth 800,000 euros. In the same year, a sludge dewatering plant was acquired, necessary for the wastewater treatment plant that services poultry slaughterhouse. Also in 2012, Agrisol invested 2 million euros in the compound fodder factory in Movila Vulpii, Prahova County. The complex is located in Cazanesti, Ialomita County, and has a capacity of 100,000 fat pigs per year.
The integrated process of swine raising
The quality of Agrisol products is monitored in detail throughout the integrated system: from the manufacture of compound feed, to swine raising and providing transport in optimal conditions. Technology and innovation, combined with tradition and dedication to excellence are values that have been preserved over time, since the opening of the first farm, in 1962.
In Agrisol laboratories, product quality is carefully controlled in every phase of the integrated production flow.
Insemination and gestation – nine halls
Breeding gilts, boars and weaned sows are hosted in this sector. 220 sows and gilts are inseminated weekly. About 196 of these get pregnant and at the 16th week of gestation, are transferred to maternity.
Maternity – three halls
In maternity, pregnant sows litter and then nurse piglets for 27 days. Every week, 2,000 piglets are obtained. They are castrated at 7 days of age, applied specific treatments and immunizations and, at the age of 27 days, are weaned and transferred to the piglet sector. After weaning, around 1,950 piglets of each generation are obtained.
Piglets – three halls
Weaned in maternity, piglets are transferred to the piglet sector at 27 days. In this sector, the piglets are raised until 70 days of age and 28 kg of weight. They are fed during all the period of staying with the two recipes of combined fodder, allotted by size and preventively or curatively treated. At the age of 70 days old, the piglets are transferred to the pig fattening sector.
Swine fattening – 18 halls
1,900 piglets enter this sector, weekly. Here, they are fed for 95 days until they reach 100 kg of weight 165 days of life. During the growing period, piglets are fed three recipes combined forage. After completion of the fattening period, pigs are delivered to customers.
Distribution is ensured by a continuously growing fleet. Each vehicle is carefully monitored and checked so that they maintain the proper temperature and hygiene of transported products.
DR. GABRIEL BULAREANU
DR. CRISTU NUTULESCU
DR. OVIDIU SICOE
DR. VYAN ZANGANA
Head of Laboratory
DR. MATEI NISTOR
Engineering Chief CFF
Pig Farm Manager
Incubation Engineering Chief
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