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ALBERTA BEEF MAGAZINE: John Schooten and Sons Feedyard

Alltech customers, John and Patty Schooten of John Schooten and Sons Feedyard, share their success story of proper succession planning, while highlighting the benefits of one of Alltech's products, Bio Mos. The Schootens' son, Shane, says, "Bio Mos is a yeast product that helps with gut health in order to get calves on feed quicker. As a result, our mortality and pull rate has significantly improved." 

Brazil: The Model for China’s Growing Pet Food Market?

Would Brazil be the right model for the fast growing pet food market in China? Experts discussed the idea during the Pet Session at the Alltech China 20 Year Celebratory Summit.  

APPALOOSA JOURNAL: Looking Forward to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy

When the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy gallop across the French countryside from August 23 to September 7, the eight world championship events won’t be the only draw.

KEENELAND MAGAZINE: Les Jeux: 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Will Have a French Flavor

With its equine traditions, idyllic landscape, and diverse attractions, Normandy, France, is a ftting successor to Lexington to host the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. And while the two share similarities, Normandy promises to put a unique stamp on the world’s largest equestrian event, which runs Aug. 23 to Sept. 7.

PROGRESSIVE CATTLEMAN: DHA: From Foal to Performance Horse

Walking down the aisle of a grocery store, chances are you will find an “excellent source of omega-3” on product labels from eggs to dog food. While consumers have some idea of the health benefits of essential fatty acids, they may not have an idea of the health implications for themselves and their animals.

FEED INTERNATIONAL: Managing Poultry Gut Health Without Antibiotics

To optimize performance in antibiotic-free production systems, it is essential to manage the intestinal microbiota to avoid the intestinal health risks of intensive poultry production.

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER: Alltech's Irish distillery goes Gothic with restoration of Anglican church

Lyons said Alltech hopes to go before the Dublin city council for planning permission by the end of February and begin renovations soon.

THE EXAMINER: Sponsoring the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 in Normandy the Alltech Way

Too often companies sponsor events thinking that their name associated with the event is the key. However, paying for a sponsorship is step #1. Activating that sponsorship is what unlocks the door.

THE HORSE: What is Nutrigenomics?

The future of feeding horses is here: Learn how diet can impact your horse right down to his genetic core.

DAIRY HERD NETWORK: Alltech continues expansion of algae division, DHA facility

Once a buzzword in the biofuel industry, algae are gaining attention for their application to the feed and food industries as a highly sustainable source of protein and DHA omega-3 enrichment. As such, Alltech is continuing to expand its algal DHA plant in Winchester, Ky., USA, one of only two plants in the world commercially producing a high-DHA heterotrophic microalgae. The facility, which is capable of producing approximately 15,000 tons of algae, has already been updated since its opening in early 2011. 

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