Dec 07

Thanks for making Global 500 a great event

Thanks for making Global 500 a great event

Global 500 Dairy and Beef Event 2012

Sights and sounds of the world's most progressive beef and dairy producers meeting at Alltech's Global 500 in 2012.

Thanks to everyone who attended Global 500 this year. You made the event a great success by contributing your knowledge and questions to the discussion. We appreciate how hard it is to take time out of your schedule for conferences, especially those of you who traveled many miles to join us.

We spoke to cattlemen and dairy farmers from all over the world and we will be posting the interviews here over the next couple of weeks. In the meantime please enjoy this short video with highlights from the event.

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Dec 05

3 Pillars of Successful Farming Support the World’s Dairy & Beef Producers

3 Pillars of Successful Farming Support the World’s Dairy & Beef Producers

Efficiency, Profitability and Sustainability

More than 570 farmers and producers from the beef and dairy industries came to Lexington, Kentucky to hear about the future of animal production and how they can keep their business profitable by focusing on the three pillars of successful farming: efficiency, profitability and sustainability. 

Over the next couple of days, the Global 500 attendees will learn:

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Dec 04

Focusing on the Global Dairy & Beef Industry

Focusing on the Global Dairy & Beef Industry

Farms in Focus Contest Voting Now Open!

Want to know what dairy and beef farming really looks like? Well now is your chance! We’ve partnered with producers, students, and farm families everywhere to show the world our Farms in Focus.

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Jun 19

Environmentally Efficient Cows

Environmentally Efficient Cows Live Scribe from Dr. Mitloehner's Talk

In 2006, a United Nations report entitled “Livestock’s Long Shadow” claimed that the livestock sector is a major player in climate change, “responsible for 18 percent of greenhouse gas emissions ... a higher share than transport.”  Appeals for reducing meat consumption to prevent climate change filled the public media, and they continue today (see this recent opinion blog from the New York Times).

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