Jun 26

A Day On Farm

A Day On Farm

Working at a dairy farm is one of the most demanding jobs I know. Every day, farmers have to control a number of factors influencing their final production: they milk, assist during deliveries, inseminate, cure, feed, manage and make decisions that influence development, direction and the future of the farm. As a regular visitor to dairy farms, I honestly really admire them. Every day I suggest the best possible solutions and support their view to consistently improve performance. It means spending a lot of time in cow barns analyzing, counting, calculating, formulating…

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Jun 26

Excitement for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy

Excitement for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy

Interview with Catherine Keogh

Catherine Keogh leads Alltech’s strategic marketing and communications functions.

The excitement for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy is growing!

During Alltech’s 29th International Symposium, which took place in Lexington from May 19-22, Catherine Keogh, Alltech’s chief marketing officer, revealed the latest news of the Games. For this special occasion, she brought with her Norman, the official mascot of the Games.

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Jun 26

Polish Dairy Heroes: Mlekoland sp. z o.o.

Polish Dairy Heroes: Mlekoland sp. z o.o.

This week we visited the Mlekoland sp. z o.o. farm in Opole, Poland. There are 3 different shareholders with a stake in the farm.

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Jun 21

The Power Of Music Connects Ireland, JFK, And Dr. Everett McCorvey

The Power Of Music Connects Ireland, JFK, And Dr. Everett McCorvey

Everett McCorvey - JFK - American Spiritual Ensemble

Dr. Everett McCorvey talks about growing up in Alabama, how President John F. Kennedy propelled the Civil Rights Movement from a local issue to the national stage, and how the spirituals of the slaves sustained the Civil Rights Movement.

Dr. Everett McCorvey, director of the University of Kentucky’s Opera Theater program,  is performing this week with his American Spiritual Ensemble in Ireland to mark John F. Kennedy’s visit to the country 50 years ago in June 1963. Just months before the president’s assassination, his visit to his ancestral home was marked by optimism of peace and success in the country, similar in some ways to his hope for his own country, which was in the midst of a bitter civil rights battle.

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