Jefo invests in a new training centre

16-11-2016 | |
Photo: Jefo
Photo: Jefo

Agronomist Jean Fontaine, the president and founder of Jefo, has announced a $12M investment in the construction of a new prestige building that will serve as both a head office and a training centre.

Construction is already underway, and the project will be completed in May 2017. “Our goal is for the training centre to become a world leader in animal nutrition,” says Jean Fontaine.

He adds that knowledge, training, innovation, and growth are the keys to a future of prosperity for the agricultural industry and the farmers.

Jefo markets high-performance livestock feed additives and was founded in Saint-Hyacinthe (Quebec, Canada) in 1982 by Jean Fontaine.

Koeleman
Emmy Koeleman Freelance editor



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