OUR COMPANY

HISTORY

Decades of unwavering
commitment to repeated innovation

OUR COMPANY

HISTORY

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Decades of unwavering
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1971 – Company Founded

Micro Technologies was founded in 1971 as Micro Chemical by Bill Pratt who recognized a need for revolutionary technology within the feedlot industry; a spark that fueled 46 years of continued innovation. Today, Micro serves the majority of the feedyard industry and has expanded into the dairy industry.

1985 – First “16” series Micro Weigh® System

Two years after its inception, the “15” series Micro Weigh® System was upgraded to provide more information and options. This first “16” series Micro Weigh® System used a more durable and sophisticated computer and remains one of Micro’s most durable machines. Many systems have been in the field for over 25 years and continue to fully operate.

1991 – Read-N-Feed® Bunk reader (DOS Based) / Feedtruck V. 1 System

Through evaluating existing customers’ needs, Micro identified the opportunity for bunk reading technology, and in 1991 purchased a software company primarily serving beef feedyards – Agri Systems, Inc., and acquired its feedyard bunk-reading system. The owner, Joe Shell, was welcomed to the company and Micro immediately began offering the Read-N-Feed® Bunk Reader systems to existing customers. Within 4 years, Micro had acquired approximately 65 feedyard bunk-reading customers.

1996 – Electronic Cattle Management (ECM)

The introduction of ECM to the feedyard industry allowed the user to measure and sort animals into complimentary groups for optimum endpoint marketing. The system was complementary to the Drug-Trac Animal Health System and Feedlot Business System packages, and with the use of electronic identification allowed the feedyard to effectively track an animal throughout its life at the feedyard.

2001 – Micro Weigh® System PC

22 years after the introduction of the “16” MWS, Micro introduced the PC version of the extremely successful 16 machine. The upgrade allowed the system to be fully integrated into the Pro Control Plus® Batching System as well as allowing for online access, enhanced reporting, data exports and many more features.

2007 – SCR HeatTime® Collar Distributor

SCR a leading animal monitoring company from Israel, identified the need for a United States partner that shared the same vision on the future potential of dairy cows wearing devices that monitored their movement and eating patterns. Micro recognized the relevance that this type of technology would have to its customers and moved forward with a distribution partnership.

2007 – First Dairy Micro Weigh® System

A progressive dairy in New Mexico recognized the vision for having precision micro ingredients accurately dispensed in their feed rations and became the first to install a Micro Machine on their dairy. The dairy segment has since benefited from precision feed management systems and continue to grow as a customer base for Micro.

2009 – Accu-Trac Dairy Sorting

The revolutionary Pro-Control Web system was created to give managers and consultants, as well as Micro service personnel, an online, web-based interface for reporting, monitoring and configuration of its systems disruption to the production system.

2010 – Read-N-Feed® Dairy

Micro recognized that its Read-N-Feed® technology was applicable to dairies and began to introduce and install this technology, to the benefit of multiple dairy customers.

2011 – National Animal Identification System gains USDA approval

2011 – Micro Beef Technologies acquired by MWI Veterinary Supply

The synergies of the two animal health companies presented exciting potential for food animal production by combining the technology-based programs and services from Micro with the well-established animal health distribution and logistics business of MWI Animal Health.

1971 – First Micro meter machine developed and deployed

The spark that fueled the start of Micro was the Micro Metering System, a revolutionary electro-mechanical device that for the first time, gave cattle feeders the flexibility to accurately modify micronutrient levels on a daily basis.

1983 – Nutriflex

Nutriflex was developed to utilize a customer’s own water and molasses supply to formulate liquid supplement on-site. The capability to blend salt, calcium, and phosphoric acid in customizable sizes generated considerable savings, allowing customers the flexibility to implement immediate changes to their supplements rather than being forced to consume older inventory.

1984 – Pro-Control Batching System

The implementation of Micro Weigh® Systems elicited numerous customer requests for Micro to computerize the feedlot’s entire feed manufacturing process, which led to the creation of the Pro-Control Batching System.

1987 – Meta-Bac Live Microbial System

To address monetary losses resulting from the difficulty to sustain hydrated microbials, Meta-Bac was created to hydrate and refrigerate dry microbials until ration implementation. Prior to the Meta-Bac system, it was nearly impossible to utilize these products.

1994 – Academic Advisory Steering Committee for ECM Development

An oversight group of more than 12 industry experts with backgrounds in Ruminant Nutrition, Genetics / Animal Selection, Meat Science, Ultrasound, and Veterinary Medicine were brought to Amarillo to discuss the value of Individual Electronic Cattle Management.

1998 – GPS Feed Truck system

Micro continued to progress through technological innovation and developed an enhancement to its Feed Truck computer system. The improvements enabled the Feed Truck computer to interface directly with the Feed Truck scale in addition to the implementation of GPS technology. This allowed the position of the feed truck in relation to the bunk to always be known, increasing the overall efficiency in feed delivery – this ensured even distribution of the right ration, to the right bunk, at the right time.

2003 – Pro Control Plus® Batching System

Increased prevalence of Micro’s batching technology led to the development of an upgraded second-generation system with greatly expanded capabilities that could be easily customized to precisely address the customer’s changing needs.

2005 – Pro-Control Statistical Process Control

To further improve accuracy of the Pro Control Plus® Batching System, Micro developed built-in SPC (Statistical Process Control) which allows for quick, powerful analysis of batching variances, as well as generating automatic SPC exception notifications to specified employees, managers and consultants.

2007 – Feed Truck System 2.0

Knowing how essential the Feed Truck System was to its customers, Micro invested further into the technology by rewriting the entire program to have a simpler user interface and full integration within the Read-N-Feed® Bunk Reader.

2008 – Developed Micro PVP Verification Program

Micro’s PVP (Process Verified Program) was approved by USDA for Age and Source Verification, followed by the verification program for NHTC (Non Hormone Treated Cattle). The USDA Process Verified Program is a verification service that offered applicants a unique way to market their products to customers using clearly defined, implemented, and transparent process points.

2009 – First Accu-Trac® System

After many years with standalone systems, Micro embarked on a plan to create a fully integrated feedyard management system. The first module to be released under the ACCU-TRAC® suite was the Drug Trac Animal Health System. The new system provided users many enhanced features including online access, automated exception management, enhanced reporting plus a strong growth path for future features and benefits.

2010 – Pro-Control® Parlor

With the ever-growing cost of business and tougher regulations being enforced on dairies, it was evident that a solution was needed to help dairy farmers lower their overhead cost and standardize the Cleaning in Place (CIP) process. This resulted in the development of a fully automated wash system called Pro-Control® Parlor.

2012 – First Cubex® System installed

Micro identified the need to provide a solution for automating the manual processes of product inventory for their customers and knew the cost savings would impact their customers’ bottom line. Through the installation of the Cubex® system, customers experienced an improvement in supply and pharmaceutical organization, inventory accuracy, security, operational efficiency and elimination of inventory stock-outs and/or overages.

2012 – Accu-Trac® Flex Sorting

The introduction of Flex Sorting allowed Accu-Trac® the ability to sort animals into like groups by using an algorithm that allows users to sort animals into like groups to maximize pen utilization, for optimal animal performance.

1983 – First “15” Series Micro Weigh® System

Mill efficiency was transformed when Micro created computer technology to operate a micro machine that would for the first time use weight, rather than volume and relay logic, to measure micronutrients. Customers received on-the-spot automated reporting and subsequently experienced increased ration accuracy and improved efficiency.

1986 – Drug-Trac® Chuteside Animal Health System

As drug inventory control was introduced to the feedlot industry, Micro envisioned and created Drug-Trac®; a comprehensive chute-side and office system that tracked individual and group animal health treatments and protocols. Drug-Trac® also ensured that all animals were compliant with respective drug withdrawal periods when harvested.

1992 – Feedlot Business System (FBS)

Feedlot Business System was introduced to the industry as a fully integrated Feedlot Accounting System to provide immediate access of comprehensive financial transactions to feedlot management staff. As an innovative product based on a relational database, it also provided a greatly expanded capability to develop business intelligence from collected data.

1998 – Windows Based Read-N-Feed® Bunk Reader

In the mid 1990’s, Micro Technologies saw the need to upgrade the ‘original Bunk Reading System’ to the new and improved ‘Read-N-Feed® Bunk Reading System’ to provide a more user-friendly, Windows look and feel. Customers at that time were able to seamlessly convert to the new Read-N-Feed® system, without losing essential existing features, as well as gain access to multiple new features.

2003 – Beef Information Exchange: National Animal Identification System (NAIS)

Impending changes in economic and regulatory requirements faced all segments of the U.S. beef industry, and new technologies to address these changes were necessary. As data service providers to the beef industry, Micro, along with a coalition of leading agricultural data service companies, announced plans to create the beef industry’s first data exchange standards among the nation’s beef industry producers.

2005 – Started Dairy Division with Micro Dairy Logic

As dairies moved into the Texas panhandle region, with them came a growing need for innovative technologies in the dairy industry. Relying on its already successful portfolio of existing technological offerings, Micro identified solutions for needs of dairy producers. The first of these was Micro Daily Logic, which initiated the Dairy Division of Micro.

2007 – Acquired CattleLog, individual animal management

and verification program from Emerge.

2008 – Pro-Control Routing & Receiving

Micro improved upon the Pro-Control Plus® Batching System to encompass monitoring and controlling other feed mill functions beyond the batching process, including receiving and routing of commodities and management of bin storage and automatic refilling.

2009 – Pro-Control Web

The revolutionary Pro-Control Web system was created to give managers and consultants, as well as Micro service personnel, an online, web-based interface for reporting, monitoring and configuration of its systems disruption to the production system.

2011 – Micro hired a full time Pharmacist licensed in the state of Texas.

Very quickly we added 4 more state licenses to the list, which include NM, CO, KS, and OK.

2011 – First “17” series Micro Weigh® System

As product mixes changed within the Micro customer base, there was a need for a new Micro Weigh® System which would increase the ability for the user to use an enhanced array of products while making sure the flexibility and accuracy was not compromised. The 17 MWS was designed to accomplish this task.

2013 – Relocation of Office and Warehouses to Amarillo Business Park

In November of 2014, Micro moved its corporate office and various warehouse locations to the AEDC business park in Amarillo, TX to combine its business operations into one convenient location.

2013 – Acquired distribution rights to the Whisper® Veterinary Stethoscope

Micro partnered with Geissler Corporation to market, install and service the Whisper® Digital Stethoscope. Whisper® is the first objective tool developed to score severity of Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) in cattle. In 2016, Merck Animal Health purchased Whisper from Geissler Corporation and Micro continues to market, install and service Whisper in feed yards and large backgrounding operations in cooperation with Merck Animal Health.

2015 – MWI Animal Health and Micro Technologies acquired by

AmerisourceBergen

Capitalizing on AmerisourceBergen’s knowledge of manufacturer and provider services, in addition to its global reach and partnership philosophy, MWI joined forces with its expertise in veterinary and agricultural markets to collaboratively launch the next generation of superior animal health products and services. With some of the most advanced technology and operations for distribution in the world, the acquisition has allowed Micro to deliver even greater quality and more effective service to its customers.

2014 – Amarillo pharmacy becomes Southwest distributor

for production animal package goods.

2015 – Micro Technologies acquires Comco Liquimatics

In 2015, Micro acquired the assets of Comco Liquimatics, a leading supplier of Post Pellet Liquid Application technology for the pork and poultry industry. The acquired systems became part of the Micro offerings, strategically expanding the suite of industry-leading animal health and nutrition management systems.

2015 – Acquired distribution rights to Stocker1™

Stocker1™ is the first web based management program built specifically for backgrounder and stocker operations. Stocker1™ is a complete management system that shows the break-even on a set of cattle at any given time, close outs for each group and billing capabilities for custom operations. This software technology has allowed Micro to expand its portfolio to all sectors of the beef industry.

2015 – First integrated Read-N-Feed® / Accu-Trac® system

The Read-N-Feed® system was introduced to the suite of Accu-Trac® products to allow for a more integrated and robust system. Accu-Trac® allowed for Read-N-Feed® and Drug-Trac® to share single cattle inventory, as well as giving the system a new and polished look.

2016 – Pro-Control® Mixer

The Pro-Control® Mixer is a weight-based blending system that was created to equip dairy farmers with the flexibility of adjusting udder hygiene mixtures. This technology system has provided the dairy farmer with endless product-mixing capabilities from multiple concentrates, reducing freight costs and product waste as a result of improved product-usage accuracy.

2018 – Launch of Accu-Trac® Office

Accu-Trac® Office and Feed Inventory System have been integrated with Read-N-Feed® and Drug-Trac® for a complete, single-inventory feedyard management system. The full ACCU-TRAC® suite will provice the user the first fully integrated feedyard management system.

1971
1985
1991
1996
2001
2007
2007
2009
2010
2011
2011
1971
1983
1984
1987
1994
1998
2003
2005
2007
2008
2009
2010
2012
2012

1971 – Company Founded

Micro Technologies was founded in 1971 as Micro Chemical by Bill Pratt who recognized a need for revolutionary technology within the feedlot industry; a spark that fueled 46 years of continued innovation. Today, Micro serves the majority of the feedyard industry and has expanded into the dairy industry.

1985 – First “16” series Micro Weigh® System

Two years after its inception, the “15” series Micro Weigh® System was upgraded to provide more information and options. This first “16” series Micro Weigh® System used a more durable and sophisticated computer and remains one of Micro’s most durable machines. Many systems have been in the field for over 25 years and continue to fully operate.

1991 – Read-N-Feed® Bunk reader (DOS Based) / Feedtruck V. 1 System

Through evaluating existing customers’ needs, Micro identified the opportunity for bunk reading technology, and in 1991 purchased a software company primarily serving beef feedyards – Agri Systems, Inc., and acquired its feedyard bunk-reading system. The owner, Joe Shell, was welcomed to the company and Micro immediately began offering the Read-N-Feed® Bunk Reader systems to existing customers. Within 4 years, Micro had acquired approximately 65 feedyard bunk-reading customers.

1996 – Electronic Cattle Management (ECM)

The introduction of ECM to the feedyard industry allowed the user to measure and sort animals into complimentary groups for optimum endpoint marketing. The system was complementary to the Drug-Trac Animal Health System and Feedlot Business System packages, and with the use of electronic identification allowed the feedyard to effectively track an animal throughout its life at the feedyard.

2001 – Micro Weigh® System PC

22 years after the introduction of the “16” MWS, Micro introduced the PC version of the extremely successful 16 machine. The upgrade allowed the system to be fully integrated into the Pro Control Plus® Batching System as well as allowing for online access, enhanced reporting, data exports and many more features.

2007 – SCR HeatTime® Collar Distributor

SCR a leading animal monitoring company from Israel, identified the need for a United States partner that shared the same vision on the future potential of dairy cows wearing devices that monitored their movement and eating patterns. Micro recognized the relevance that this type of technology would have to its customers and moved forward with a distribution partnership.

2007 – First Dairy Micro Weigh® System

A progressive dairy in New Mexico recognized the vision for having precision micro ingredients accurately dispensed in their feed rations and became the first to install a Micro Machine on their dairy. The dairy segment has since benefited from precision feed management systems and continue to grow as a customer base for Micro.

2009 – Accu-Trac Dairy Sorting

The revolutionary Pro-Control Web system was created to give managers and consultants, as well as Micro service personnel, an online, web-based interface for reporting, monitoring and configuration of its systems disruption to the production system.

2010 – Read-N-Feed® Dairy

Micro recognized that its Read-N-Feed® technology was applicable to dairies and began to introduce and install this technology, to the benefit of multiple dairy customers.

2011 – National Animal Identification System gains USDA approval

2011 – Micro Beef Technologies acquired by MWI Veterinary Supply

The synergies of the two animal health companies presented exciting potential for food animal production by combining the technology-based programs and services from Micro with the well-established animal health distribution and logistics business of MWI Animal Health.

1971 – First Micro meter machine developed and deployed

The spark that fueled the start of Micro was the Micro Metering System, a revolutionary electro-mechanical device that for the first time, gave cattle feeders the flexibility to accurately modify micronutrient levels on a daily basis.

1983 – Nutriflex

Nutriflex was developed to utilize a customer’s own water and molasses supply to formulate liquid supplement on-site. The capability to blend salt, calcium, and phosphoric acid in customizable sizes generated considerable savings, allowing customers the flexibility to implement immediate changes to their supplements rather than being forced to consume older inventory.

1984 – Pro-Control Batching System

The implementation of Micro Weigh® Systems elicited numerous customer requests for Micro to computerize the feedlot’s entire feed manufacturing process, which led to the creation of the Pro-Control Batching System.

1987 – Meta-Bac Live Microbial System

To address monetary losses resulting from the difficulty to sustain hydrated microbials, Meta-Bac was created to hydrate and refrigerate dry microbials until ration implementation. Prior to the Meta-Bac system, it was nearly impossible to utilize these products.

1994 – Academic Advisory Steering Committee for ECM Development

An oversight group of more than 12 industry experts with backgrounds in Ruminant Nutrition, Genetics / Animal Selection, Meat Science, Ultrasound, and Veterinary Medicine were brought to Amarillo to discuss the value of Individual Electronic Cattle Management.

1998 – GPS Feed Truck system

Micro continued to progress through technological innovation and developed an enhancement to its Feed Truck computer system. The improvements enabled the Feed Truck computer to interface directly with the Feed Truck scale in addition to the implementation of GPS technology. This allowed the position of the feed truck in relation to the bunk to always be known, increasing the overall efficiency in feed delivery – this ensured even distribution of the right ration, to the right bunk, at the right time.

2003 – Pro Control Plus® Batching System

Increased prevalence of Micro’s batching technology led to the development of an upgraded second-generation system with greatly expanded capabilities that could be easily customized to precisely address the customer’s changing needs.

2005 – Pro-Control Statistical Process Control

To further improve accuracy of the Pro Control Plus® Batching System, Micro developed built-in SPC (Statistical Process Control) which allows for quick, powerful analysis of batching variances, as well as generating automatic SPC exception notifications to specified employees, managers and consultants.

2007 – Feed Truck System 2.0

Knowing how essential the Feed Truck System was to its customers, Micro invested further into the technology by rewriting the entire program to have a simpler user interface and full integration within the Read-N-Feed® Bunk Reader.

2008 – Developed Micro PVP Verification Program

Micro’s PVP (Process Verified Program) was approved by USDA for Age and Source Verification, followed by the verification program for NHTC (Non Hormone Treated Cattle). The USDA Process Verified Program is a verification service that offered applicants a unique way to market their products to customers using clearly defined, implemented, and transparent process points.

2009 – First Accu-Trac® System

After many years with standalone systems, Micro embarked on a plan to create a fully integrated feedyard management system. The first module to be released under the ACCU-TRAC® suite was the Drug Trac Animal Health System. The new system provided users many enhanced features including online access, automated exception management, enhanced reporting plus a strong growth path for future features and benefits.

2010 – Pro-Control® Parlor

With the ever-growing cost of business and tougher regulations being enforced on dairies, it was evident that a solution was needed to help dairy farmers lower their overhead cost and standardize the Cleaning in Place (CIP) process. This resulted in the development of a fully automated wash system called Pro-Control® Parlor.

2012 – First Cubex® System installed

Micro identified the need to provide a solution for automating the manual processes of product inventory for their customers and knew the cost savings would impact their customers’ bottom line. Through the installation of the Cubex® system, customers experienced an improvement in supply and pharmaceutical organization, inventory accuracy, security, operational efficiency and elimination of inventory stock-outs and/or overages.

2012 – Accu-Trac® Flex Sorting

The introduction of Flex Sorting allowed Accu-Trac® the ability to sort animals into like groups by using an algorithm that allows users to sort animals into like groups to maximize pen utilization, for optimal animal performance.

1983 – First “15” Series Micro Weigh® System

Mill efficiency was transformed when Micro created computer technology to operate a micro machine that would for the first time use weight, rather than volume and relay logic, to measure micronutrients. Customers received on-the-spot automated reporting and subsequently experienced increased ration accuracy and improved efficiency.

1986 – Drug-Trac® Chuteside Animal Health System

As drug inventory control was introduced to the feedlot industry, Micro envisioned and created Drug-Trac®; a comprehensive chute-side and office system that tracked individual and group animal health treatments and protocols. Drug-Trac® also ensured that all animals were compliant with respective drug withdrawal periods when harvested.

1992 – Feedlot Business System (FBS)

Feedlot Business System was introduced to the industry as a fully integrated Feedlot Accounting System to provide immediate access of comprehensive financial transactions to feedlot management staff. As an innovative product based on a relational database, it also provided a greatly expanded capability to develop business intelligence from collected data.

1998 – Windows Based Read-N-Feed® Bunk Reader

In the mid 1990’s, Micro Technologies saw the need to upgrade the ‘original Bunk Reading System’ to the new and improved ‘Read-N-Feed® Bunk Reading System’ to provide a more user-friendly, Windows look and feel. Customers at that time were able to seamlessly convert to the new Read-N-Feed® system, without losing essential existing features, as well as gain access to multiple new features.

2003 – Beef Information Exchange: National Animal Identification System (NAIS)

Impending changes in economic and regulatory requirements faced all segments of the U.S. beef industry, and new technologies to address these changes were necessary. As data service providers to the beef industry, Micro, along with a coalition of leading agricultural data service companies, announced plans to create the beef industry’s first data exchange standards among the nation’s beef industry producers.

2005 – Started Dairy Division with Micro Dairy Logic

As dairies moved into the Texas panhandle region, with them came a growing need for innovative technologies in the dairy industry. Relying on its already successful portfolio of existing technological offerings, Micro identified solutions for needs of dairy producers. The first of these was Micro Daily Logic, which initiated the Dairy Division of Micro.

2007 – Acquired CattleLog, individual animal management

and verification program from Emerge.

2008 – Pro-Control Routing & Receiving

Micro improved upon the Pro-Control Plus® Batching System to encompass monitoring and controlling other feed mill functions beyond the batching process, including receiving and routing of commodities and management of bin storage and automatic refilling.

2009 – Pro-Control Web

The revolutionary Pro-Control Web system was created to give managers and consultants, as well as Micro service personnel, an online, web-based interface for reporting, monitoring and configuration of its systems disruption to the production system.

2011 – Micro hired a full time Pharmacist licensed in the state of Texas.

Very quickly we added 4 more state licenses to the list, which include NM, CO, KS, and OK.

2011 – First “17” series Micro Weigh® System

As product mixes changed within the Micro customer base, there was a need for a new Micro Weigh® System which would increase the ability for the user to use an enhanced array of products while making sure the flexibility and accuracy was not compromised. The 17 MWS was designed to accomplish this task.

2013 – Relocation of Office and Warehouses to Amarillo Business Park

In November of 2014, Micro moved its corporate office and various warehouse locations to the AEDC business park in Amarillo, TX to combine its business operations into one convenient location.

2013 – Acquired distribution rights to the Whisper® Veterinary Stethoscope

Micro partnered with Geissler Corporation to market, install and service the Whisper® Digital Stethoscope. Whisper® is the first objective tool developed to score severity of Bovine Respiratory Disease (BRD) in cattle. In 2016, Merck Animal Health purchased Whisper from Geissler Corporation and Micro continues to market, install and service Whisper in feed yards and large backgrounding operations in cooperation with Merck Animal Health.

2015 – MWI Animal Health and Micro Technologies acquired by

AmerisourceBergen

Capitalizing on AmerisourceBergen’s knowledge of manufacturer and provider services, in addition to its global reach and partnership philosophy, MWI joined forces with its expertise in veterinary and agricultural markets to collaboratively launch the next generation of superior animal health products and services. With some of the most advanced technology and operations for distribution in the world, the acquisition has allowed Micro to deliver even greater quality and more effective service to its customers.

2014 – Amarillo pharmacy becomes Southwest distributor

for production animal package goods.

2015 – Micro Technologies acquires Comco Liquimatics

In 2015, Micro acquired the assets of Comco Liquimatics, a leading supplier of Post Pellet Liquid Application technology for the pork and poultry industry. The acquired systems became part of the Micro offerings, strategically expanding the suite of industry-leading animal health and nutrition management systems.

2015 – Acquired distribution rights to Stocker1™

Stocker1™ is the first web based management program built specifically for backgrounder and stocker operations. Stocker1™ is a complete management system that shows the break-even on a set of cattle at any given time, close outs for each group and billing capabilities for custom operations. This software technology has allowed Micro to expand its portfolio to all sectors of the beef industry.

2015 – First integrated Read-N-Feed® / Accu-Trac® system

The Read-N-Feed® system was introduced to the suite of Accu-Trac® products to allow for a more integrated and robust system. Accu-Trac® allowed for Read-N-Feed® and Drug-Trac® to share single cattle inventory, as well as giving the system a new and polished look.

2016 – Pro-Control® Mixer

The Pro-Control® Mixer is a weight-based blending system that was created to equip dairy farmers with the flexibility of adjusting udder hygiene mixtures. This technology system has provided the dairy farmer with endless product-mixing capabilities from multiple concentrates, reducing freight costs and product waste as a result of improved product-usage accuracy.

2018 – Launch of Accu-Trac® Office

Accu-Trac® Office and Feed Inventory System have been integrated with Read-N-Feed® and Drug-Trac® for a complete, single-inventory feedyard management system. The full ACCU-TRAC® suite will provice the user the first fully integrated feedyard management system.

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LEADERSHIP

By combining deep experience in agriculture, science and technology, we aim to create superior value and contribute to the ongoing success of our customer every day.

Leadership Team

TIM PEART,
PRESIDENT

“We are united in our responsibility of creating healthier futures. At Micro Technologies™, we commit our time and efforts on a daily basis in order to uncover needs of our customers, innovate the tools and technologies they need to run a more profitable, efficient operation and do all of this with the shared responsibility of feeding a growing population.”

MARCUS DORSEY,
Field Operations Manager
DUANE LOMAX,
Feed Additive & Regulatory Operations Manager
JOE YOUNG,
Strategic Account/Non-Confined Sales Manager
MAX KOSTER,
Beef Program Development Sales Manager
JERRY CORMAN,
Dairy Program Development Sales Manager
DICK BISHOP,
CONTROLLER

PARTNERSHIP

MWI Animal HealthMWI Animal Health

Our Responsibility

From the livestock management innovations of Micro Technologies to the distribution services of MWI Animal Health, as the AmerisourceBergen Family of animal health we are united in our responsibility to create healthier futures.

 

As the world’s population grows we are challenged to produce more, higher-quality protein than ever before with the use of less natural resources. We believe a path to securing a safe, affordable and wholesome food supply will come primarily as a result of innovation.

 

That is why at Micro we feel it is our responsibility to provide technologies in an effort to assure food quality, safety and security for our families, friends, neighbors and the world.

Together, we are proud to say our technologies impact

2 out of 3

beef products



1 out of 2

dairy products

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