KEGOagri is a
subsidiary of NIREUS group and a leader in the Greek animal production.
KEGOagri was founded in 1976 under the name KEGO and soon became the leading provider of
solutions (goods and services) to fish, poultry, and pig farmers.
In 2000 the shares
of KEGO were listed in the Athens Stock Exchange.
In 2007, KEGO was acquired by NIREUS group,
pioneer in the production of Mediterranean fish.
In 2008, after the merge of NIREUS with KEGO, the sector of poultry and
livestock was seceded and KEGOagri was formed.
Today KEGOagri is 100% subsidiary of NIREUS group, the largest producer
of Meditteranean fish in the world.
Since its inception, the company has continuously the leading position as a provider of integrated
solutions and products to the Greek animal production industry.
Since 1976, the strategic vision of the company remains the same:
to serve our customers through the development of innovative
products and services that will enable them produce high quality food at the
lowest possible cost.
The basic principles guiding the operation of KEGOagri are:
• To develop healthy, long-lasting relationships with our customers
• To maintain a safe and rewarding environment for our employees and
• The be socially responsible on the corporate level towards the environment and
the local community
KEGOagri’s activities focus on the industry of commercial livestock
The company sells genetic material, feed, equipment, veterinary
medicine and hygiene products to
poultry, swine and cattle farmers.
The main products and services offered by the company are:
Selected breeding stock to poultry, pig and cattle farmers – the stock is of high genetic merit and is
produced through breeding selection
Feed and nutritional products for food producing animals
Technical know-how and solutions to livestock farmers on nutrition, reproduction, farm management,
veterinary medicine, hygiene products through specialized products and
Design, reconstruction and equipment for feed factories and integrated housing and feeding systems for
poultry and pig farms.