About Us

What We Do.

Better Lighting – Better Poultry!

We help poultry farmers increase their production while lowering their costs through scientifically proven LED spectrum lighting.

We Believe…

You Deserve Simplicity
You Deserve Quality
You Deserve Results

We have been serving customers for 9 years. All our solutions are backed by research at the University of Guelph in Ontario Canada. Our team has in depth knowledge of the poultry industry in North America.

Alex Thies

Alex Thies


Alex Thies has over 30 years experience in the electrical supply industry. He has partnered with Gregory Bedecarrats, a lead researcher at the University of Guelph and formed Agrilux. He understands lighting, and wants to help poultry farmers succeed and improve their bottom line.
Brandon Thies

Brandon Thies

Director of Sales and Marketing

Brandon has a degree in sales and marketing.   He has been part of the family business since he was young, so he understands what it’s like to be the “next generation”. He leads the sales and marketing efforts for Agrilux.
Grégoy Bédécarrats

Grégoy Bédécarrats

Technology Advisor

Grégoy is a professor in the University of Guelph, Department of Animal Biosciences who researches ways to improve reproductive efficiency in poultry.


“I have been very pleased with our results since replacing our fluorescent lights with LED’s.  The birds have performed exceptionally well while remaining calm.  It has been a pleasure to work with our chickens in their new environment, and will continue using LED lighting in the future.”

Doug Dykstra
Dykstra Farms Ltd. Thornton, ON.

“I am very happy with LED lights, they work excellent with the dimmer, birds are calm and easy to handle.”

Carman Weppler
Weppler Farms in Clifford, ON.

“ … your service is excellent… so fortunate to enjoy given my small LED lighting system order.

I will keep recommending your products and would add that the lighting spectrum has certainly helped keeping my hens calm and productive over the winter, especially in alternative housing with mandatory natural light as per organic regulations.”

Lydia Carpenter and Wian Prinsloo
Luna Field Farm in Belmont, MB.