Competitive by nature

Our natural advantage

Adesco’s unrivalled portfolio of advanced products, application technologies and performance programmes reduce costs and improve product quality, processing yield and nutritional performance. Our solutions are inherently sustainable, reducing the carbon footprint of feed and grain while adding value. We provide a complete Feed Hygiene package for the Feed & Grain Industry through our antimicrobial and antibacterial product ranges.

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PRODUCTS FOR GRAIN/BEAN PROCESSORS

Our advanced grain treatment, bean treatment and grain conditioning solutions work with nature to help consistently produce high quality grain and beans giving protection from mould and bacterial growth in storage.
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PRODUCTS FOR FEED PROCESSORS

Our mill process solutions improve yield and pellet quality through inline measurement and control, reducing the overall cost of feed manufacture whilst protecting against mould and bacterial growth post processing.
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Adesco Quality

QUALITY AND CREDENTIALS

At Adesco we are committed to appropriate quality assured accreditation standards for the import and trading of assured feed ingredients.

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Adesco Customer Support

CUSTOMER TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Technical support is provided free of charge for all Adesco customers who are part of our Grain Management and Mill Process Efficiency Programme.
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Adesco Engineering

ENGINEERING KNOW-HOW

The Adesco team have almost 100 years of combined engineering experience in the Irish mill and grain industry.

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Adesco News

ADESCO NEWS
Treated Beans can reduce the carbon footprint of pig production by 20 – 30%

Sean O’Hare, Engineering and Sustainability Manager  In our last issue we looked at the associated 50 – 70% improvement in carbon footprint when processing native grain and beans with MycoCURB at harvest. Going a step further how do the findings from…