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Farming for the Future

The Next Generation in Livestock Comfort Solutions for Beef, Dairy, Veal & Swine. 

Leaders in Livestock Comfort

Everything we do at EASYFIX revolves around enhancing Livestock Comfort, which is why we design, manufacture & develop the most comfortable & innovative animal housing solutions available on the market worldwide.

  • INNOVATION & PERFORMANCE

    We are continuously innovating and improving to make a significant difference to Livestock Comfort worldwide and to ensure farmers have a sustainable and profitable future.

  • AWARD-WINNING COMFORT

    Our products have been awarded for Innovation, Comfort & Performance. Our aim is to provide you with the best-performing products on the market to ensure optimum comfort & welfare for your livestock.

  • EXPERT KNOWLEDGE

    We can provide a FREE design service for your Farm Buildings. Our expert team will arrange an on-farm visit to discuss your plan and provide you with a technical design and advisory service.

    Discover our worldwide

    Dealer Network

    We have a growing network of over 60 dealers around the World. Use our dealer locator and let a local dealer advise you today on the best EASYFIX solution suitable for you and your farm.

    Interested in becoming a dealer and joining our team? Email us today online@easyfix.ie

    • It’s as close to dirt and grass that we can offer the cattle.
      Definitely a need to put rubber on slatted facilities. We made the right decision with EASYFIX.

      Grant Binford, Beef Farmer, Minnesota, USA
    • I have no regrets about putting in EASYFIX mattresses and free stall. If we were to consider another barn in the future, it will definitely be considered again.
      The cows using the EASYFIX stalls makes me a believer in them.

      Tim Kerfeld, Minnesota, USA
    • We’ve seen increased lying times, reduced lameness and so far, we’ve seen a reduction in culling rates from 25% down to nearly 10% since Installing the EASYFIX Dairy Housing System.

      Nick Eccles, Dairy Farmer, UK

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