Increased Bio-Security

Agritech Thermal Disposal Systems bolsters bio-safety. Deadstock is immediately discarded, not frozen or left to decay in a compost bin. Pathogens are destroyed by advanced thermal sterilization technology, leaving you with a clean byproduct that can be spread on pasture or added to fertilizer

Better for the Environment

Agritech Thermal Disposal Systems eliminate the water and ground contamination caused by other forms of mortality disposal. Unlike incinerators, Agritech does not release smoke into the air––only odorless steam.





Hours Not Weeks. That's all you need to turn 1 ton of deadstock into pathogen-free powder. This is 30 times faster than in-vessel composters. No more disease-carrying scavengers or breeding grounds for bacteria. Agritech lets you continue your deadstock disposals operation year-round, regardless of the temperature.



If you're using incinerators or running freezers 24/7 for deadstock disposal, the low cost of running the AgritechUSA digester will lower your operating costs significantly.






A New Era of Mortality Management

"Even the routine disposal of expired chickens contaminate's the soil & pollutes air and water, which has harmful effects on both human and animal health, Technology like this is a gamechanger. Cleaner farms & healthier animals, better environment all around."

Texas Agriculture Commissioner : Sid Miller


Agriculture Commisioner Sid Miller Endorsement

The Thermal Disposal Difference

With AgriTech Thermal Disposal Systems, you’ll avoid the hassle of composting, incineration and the risk of third parties coming to your site. Instead, you’ll save time and money by taking mortality management into your own hands. 

All you need to do is load the machine and start the cycle. 

◎ Keep it clean:  Stay on top of your requirements & protect your flock and your operation.

◎  Do it fast:  Start the cycle at the end of the day, and it’s done by the morning.

◎  Make it easy:  Just fill the machine, choose your desired level of dehydration, press a green button, and you’re good to go. The cycle runs independently, and the byproduct is removed automatically.


Committed To

Agritech makes chicken growing more sustainable. Here's how that benefits you.

The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Air Quality Initiative provides financial and technical assistance to help growers and ranchers put the brakes on air pollution.

The Air Quality Initiative is available in Arizona, California, Colorado, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Texas, but growers and ranchers can voluntarily adopt conservation practices for air quality nationwide.


Unlike incinerators, our Thermal Disposal System does not release smoke into the air -- only odorless steam.

Enhanced BioSecurity

You’ll be using a sterile process that kills all viruses and bacteria in a matter of hours. That means you don’t have to keep dead birds on your property while accepting new chicks. This way, you’ll stay on top of your biosecurity requirements, so you can protect your flock and your operation.

100% Organic Byproduct

The Thermal Disposal method leaves you with a sterile, organic, flour-like byproduct that’s very high in nitrogen so it is perfect for use as fertilizer


Let's grow

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"There’s nothing complicated to learn. And no composters, bulking agents, or vendor schedules to manage. You’ll cut one more thing off your list—without sacrificing biosecurity—so you have more time for the details that matter."

David Cohen

"I took over our growing management from my father and we have been using freezers forever. This saves us money and is generally safer."

Edward Gold

"This technology works great. Never had any issues, no breakdown, no smells. Keeps everything clean and takes very little space."

Joseph Schneider


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