May 24

Brewery and Distillery Tour

Brewery and Distillery Tour
Guest Blogger Jenn Zeller - The South Dakota Cowgirl
Recently, I was given the opportunity to attend Alltech's 29th Annual International Symposium, in Lexington, Kentucky.  It was such a great opportunity, I simply couldn’t say “no”.  It would, no doubt, be an adventure.

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May 24

The Narrow Border Between Science and Magic

The Narrow Border Between Science and Magic
Guest Blogger Nicole Small - A Kansas Farm Mom
When I was invited to attend the Alltech Symposium Glimpse 2020, I jumped at the chance.  I really didn’t know what to expect, but I have been interested in learning more about the company for some time.  I was not disappointed and was energized right from the opening session to think outside my normal thinking and really start to question things.

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May 24

Scientific Journeys End with Alltech Young Scientists Titles for Australian and Brazilian Students

Scientific Journeys End with Alltech Young Scientists Titles for Australian and Brazilian Students

Scientific journeys are ignited by a sense of curiosity and wonderment about the world. Two young researchers from Australia and Brazil followed a trail of questions about the future of agriculture and food production to arrive at innovative research. Their scientific journeys brought them to Lexington, Ky., where today they received the titles of Alltech Young Scientists at the 29th Alltech International Symposium.

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May 24

We Are in the Human Health Business

Categories: Alltech Symposium
We Are in the Human Health Business

We are in the human health business - that was the core message behind Dr. Patrick Wall’s presentation at the Alltech Symposium closing session. The former veterinarian, medical doctor, businessman, and European Food Safety Authority chairman said the curtain hasn’t fallen on food scares and that every day we see a chronology of food scares and recalls show up in the media.

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