Better Breeding Today for a Brighter Life Tomorrow

About Hendrix Genetics

Hendrix Genetics: A multi-species animal breeding, genetics and technology company.

Hendrix Genetics is passionate about animal breeding. We have breeding programs in turkeys, layers, guinea fowl, swine, salmon and trout.

We look for innovative, sustainable solutions, together with the entire animal protein value chain. At the start of the chain, we have an influence on the outcome. For example, our responsible use of antibiotics program benefits producers and consumers. For us, better breeding today, means a brighter life tomorrow.

We aim to produce animals that thrive under all conditions. We strive to create value from breeding through to the consumer. Our programs are based on our breeding philosophies. Every Hendrix Genetics brand has its own breeding program. Each is tailored to their market.

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Thijs Hendrix

Hendrix Genetics helps the world meet the growing demand for food. We support the animal protein value chain with innovative and sustainable genetic solutions.

Thijs Hendrix
Thijs Hendrix
President

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