Feb 06

Dr. Mark Lyons Recognized as One of "40 Under 40" at 2014 Cattle Industry Convention

Dr. Mark Lyons Recognized as One of

More than 2,000 members of the cattle industry were present at the Best of Beef breakfast at the 2014 Cattle Industry Convention presented by NCBA in Nashville, Tenn., where our very own Dr. Mark Lyons was recognized as one of Vance Publishing's "40 Under 40" finalists.

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Jan 13

Finding Solutions for Your Farm is Now Even Easier

Categories: Agriculture
Finding Solutions for Your Farm is Now Even Easier

Alltech On Farm Support Program

Alltech started the on-farm support program to help farmers and producers see things in a new way.

Now there is an even easier way to get the solutions you need on-farm. Whether looking to improve the yield of your corn, get more milk from your cows, improve your pig's health, or enrich your bird's eggs with DHA, Alltech offers solutions and services tailored to bring performance and profitability to your operation.

The On-farm Support Program connects producers to Alltech’s value added solutions and services:

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Jan 10

FDA Issues Plan to Control Therapeutic Antibiotics and Phase-Out Sub-Therapeutic Antibiotics in Livestock Production

FDA Issues Plan to Control Therapeutic Antibiotics and Phase-Out Sub-Therapeutic Antibiotics in Livestock Production

On December 11, the FDA announced a plan to “help phase out the use of medically important antimicrobials in livestock for food production purposes.” The use of these applications were defined as enhancing growth or improving feed efficiency. The FDA action was characterized as “a plan to ensure judicious use of antibiotics in food animals” and is predicated on Guidance Document #231 and the preceding Guidance Document #209, both of which can be accessed on www.fda.gov.

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Jan 06

Hutterites Visit from Warden, Washington

Categories: Agriculture, Education
Hutterites Visit from Warden, Washington

Back in December, Alltech had the pleasure of hosting Mr. Eli Wollman and a group of 7 High School students from a Hutterite colony located in Warden, Washington. Hutterites have common religious roots with other groups, like Mennonites and Amish, but are not exactly the same. Hutterites live communally, sharing all possessions, and each member has a vital role to play in the overall success of the community. One of the biggest distinctions of the Hutterite colonies is in how they have embraced modern agricultural practices while making sustainability a priority.

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