AgriLabs launches upgraded, redesigned website

AgriLabs has announced the rollout of its completely redesigned website at

AgriLabs has announced the rollout of its completely redesigned website at Cari Evans, Creative Services for AgriLabs, said, “The new site is designed from the ground up to help producers and other site visitors more easily find a solution to their animal health needs.”

Visitors to the site can easily access relevant information about a broad range of products available, plus learn how other AgriLabs customers are using products, such as VetGun, to improve their animal care. The site adopts a fresh, bold visual design for a more user-friendly experience with improved navigations and functionality.

“Our company has steadily grown and evolved, and we felt a new site is needed to showcase our products, capabilities and business development,” said Evans.

“Our customers and potential partners are increasingly using the Web to search and evaluate products and businesses,” Evans continues. “It will offer mobile-friendly navigational principles that allow our product information, videos and other company-related news to be accessed easily on any size screen.”

Specific highlights of the newly designed website include:

  • Robust Search Filters — Visitors will be able to drill down into detailed product information by utilizing the “filter by species” and “filter by category” features where users can limit features to only what they need.
  • Customized Home Page — Featured products are now highlighted on the home page with easy access to product information.
  • Enhanced Search — A prominently displayed search bar at the top of every page allows visitors to easily find products on demand.
  • Mobile-friendly — The site can be viewed on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices without loss of functionality.

“We are truly excited about the new site and what it has to offer,” Evans said. “It now captures the look and spirit of our brands and integrates our values and commitment to the animal health industry.”

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