Let’s face it – farming can be tough…
…when the environment throws up challenges, farmers are the first to feel the effects. Having any number of variables to face each and every day is a constant battle and can be extremely taxing. Your farm doesn’t have to operate this way any longer.
Farm smarter, not harder by setting your farm up for the future
Animal Centred Environments
Raising happier, healthier animals ready to do what they do best
Direct to Farm
Eagle Direct suppliers deliver straight to the farm saving you money
More control of the variables saves you time and headaches
Comfortable animals equals better farm returns
- Ventilation & Cooling
- Dairy Steel
- Climate Control Automation
Delivering Feed Quality & Consistency
- Silage Machinery
- Feed Mixers
- Feed Automation
Maintaining animal health for long term benefits
- Hoof Care
- Animal Health Tracking
- Animal Handling
- Healthy Environment Design
Recycling animal waste for better farm outcomes
- Manure Handling
- Separation Equipment
- Waste Water Management
- Flush Valves
- Sand Washing and Conveyors
We understand the unique challenges each farm faces in setting up their operations for future success.
Eagle Direct delivers comprehensive design & build packages to the Australian and New Zealand markets for animal housing, feeding systems and animal management. We work with leading farming businesses and some of the world’s best farm equipment manufacturers to deliver the latest farming methods direct to farm.
learn from the experts
Eagle Direct hosts regular interactive webinars with farm industry experts sharing best practice ideas and insights to help set your farm up for the future.
“When it comes to building a free-stall barn, there are some important ‘must-haves’ that you should never take away from a cow“, says Mike Ryan of Eagle Direct. “Cows need good…
With our summer seasons only getting hotter in Australia and New Zealand, Heat Stress is becoming a big concern in the cattle industry.
Fetzer Farms animals in Elmwood, WI face unpredictable summer humidity and heat, followed by below-zero winter temperatures and short daylight hours.
When it comes to raising quality replacements, feet and legs are a critical element not to ignore, according to international hoof care consultant Karl Burgi.