FutureCow Named One of Florida’s Companies to Watch

Sanford, Fla. [July 31, 2019] – FutureCow was named one of 50 Florida Companies to Watch by GrowFL, based on a statewide competition that identifies companies expected to see significant growth over the next several years.

FutureCow is the industry expert in cow health and animal comfort. FutureCow designs and builds products that add value to farms and farmers, while always focusing on improving the well-being of their animals. FutureCow products include their popular Teatscrubber Prep System used during the milking process and their line of heavy-duty ComfortBrushes, built for cows and calves.

Founded in 2008, FutureCow now sells its products to farms in the United States, plus internationally to over 25 countries including Canada, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Israel and the United Kingdom.

“Being named one of Florida’s companies to watch is a true honor that recognizes the success of FutureCow, our team and our partners” says Kevin Dole, president of FutureCow. “And we continue to build on that success. Earlier this year, we expanded our operations with the purchase of a new manufacturing facility putting us in a great position to capitalize on this momentum.”

The GrowFL Florida Companies to Watch awards program – now in its ninth year – honors 50 select second-stage companies from throughout Florida for developing valuable products and services, creating quality jobs, enriching communities, and broadening new industries throughout Florida. Chosen from 500 growing second-stage nominations from throughout, Florida, the 50 companies named as the 2019 Florida Companies to Watch honorees generated nearly $1 billion in revenue and added over 900 jobs between 2015 and 2018. Together, the honorees project a 35 percent increase in revenue and 37 percent increase in job growth in 2019 compared to 2018.

“These stand-out companies are all led by entrepreneurs, and have demonstrated their capacity and intent to grow,” said Dr. Tom O’Neal, GrowFL executive director. “They also all have critical intellectual property or a niche position that gives them a competitive edge in their markets,” he said.

Below is the complete list of the 2019 Florida Companies to Watch honorees:

Accelirate, Inc., Broward County
ADVOS Legal, PLLC, St. Johns County
AeroStar Training Services, LLC, Osceola County
Align Business Advisory Services, Orange County
Beryl Project Engineering, Hillsborough County
BioDerm, Inc., Pinellas County
Centerline Brackets, St. Johns County
Cottrell Title & Escrow, Collier County
Crevalle Boats, Sumter County
Davis Industrial, Hillsborough County
Dedicated IT, Palm Beach County
EarthBalance, Sarasota County
ECHO UES, Inc., Hillsborough County
Express Freight, Inc., Orange County
FLYMOTION, Hillsborough County
FutureCow, Seminole County
Global Jetcare, Inc., Hernando County
Kira Labs, Inc., Broward County
MagicalButter.com, Pasco County
MAS Environmental, LLC, Hillsborough County
McCormick Stevenson Corporation, Pinellas County
Mettauer Environmental, Lee County
Mother Kombucha, Pinellas County
National Drug Screening, Inc., Brevard County
Neobroadband, Inc., Miami-Dade County
OCULUS Surgical, Inc., St. Lucie County
OIT, LLC, Miami-Dade County
OnMed, LLC, Pinellas County
OnPay Solutions, Inc., Duval County
PeakActivity, Palm Beach County
Pepine Realty, Alachua County
Powerful Foods, LLC, Miami-Dade County
Probability and Statistics, Inc., Brevard County
Raider Outboards, Inc., Brevard County
Rudram Engineering Inc., Brevard County
SiteREADY, Hillsborough County
Smart Baking Company, Seminole County
Solar Stik, Inc., St. Johns County
Steamroller Studios, Lake County
StrataPT, LLC, Sarasota County
TeleVoIPs, Hillsborough County
The Lunz Group, Polk County
TheraPeeds Family Center, Broward County
Tomahawk Robotics, Brevard County
Total Nutrition Technology, Lake County
VeraData, Lee County
Vistra Communications, Hillsborough County
Waypoint Contracting, Inc., Miami-Dade County
WestCMR, LLC, Pinellas County
Wild Florida, Osceola County