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FEED COMPOUNDER: Alltech 31st Annual International Symposium

Former U.S. Secretary of State General Colin Powell addressed a packed audience at the opening session of the Alltech REBELATION, an international conference exploring innovation, inspiration and world changing ideas. 

FEED COMPOUNDER: Green Pages - Free Trade Topics from the Island of Ireland

Get up to date the latest news, views and hot topics in the agriculture industry in Ireland. The Alltech on-farm team discuss the increase in compound feed sales,  highlight the rise soil P levels in Northern Ireland and reflect on the annual Alltech REBELation symposium. 

IRISH FARMERS MONTHLY: Are Low Butterfat Levels Costing You Money?

As we approach mid-summer, there is a lot of discussion surrounding low butterfat levels in milk. While a decline in butterfat levels are common during spring months when cows are grazing on lush grass, this issue can continue through the summer months. Sarah Maher, technical advisor at Alltech Ireland, highlights the solutions to improve butterfat levels in milk production.   

FARM & LIVESTOCK DIRECTORY: Don't Let The Summer Heat Spoil Your Herd's Milking Potential

Milk prices have been falling this spring, so now keeping herds healthy and protected from mastitis is integrally important. Heat, humidity and various factors can contribute to the spread of the bacteria. Roger Scaletti, one of Alltech's dairy experts in milk quality, outlines five tips to keeping dairy herds healthy. 

FARM & LIVESTOCK DIRECTORY: Five Ways To Keep Your Pigs from Sizzling This Summer

Things are heating up this summer, and heat can cause a lot of stress for farm animals, especially pigs, due to their inability to thoroughly cool themselves down. It is important to make sure adjustments are made to their environment and proper care is given. In this article, Alltech's Russell Gilliam, U.S. swine business manager, suggests five key management areas for combating the heat and humidty this summer. 

FEEDINFO.COM: Algae as a DHA Source - Improving on the Original Recipe

The omega-3 fatty acid DHA is crucial for many aspects of canine health—and indeed, for the health of many different species, including humans. In puppies and young dogs, DHA improves the trainability of the animal, in senior dogs it supports heart and joint health, and at all ages it helps cognition, memory, visual development, immunity, and the regulation of inflammatory mediators, among many other roles. 

PROGRESSIVE DAIRYMAN: Carbon Footprint: An Opportunity for Farmers, Not a Threat

Members of the farming community have long considered themselves to be good stewards of the land. But environmentalists haven’t always held the industry in the highest regard when it comes to issues such as greenhouse gas emissions and the overall carbon footprint left by production agriculture. Regardless of which side of the fence one resides on, ag’s carbon footprint and ways to reduce it were topics discussed at one of the many symposiums held during the recent Alltech “REBELation” Conference.

THE STATE JOURNAL: KSU Eyeing Hemp

In 2013, Alltech forged a research alliance with Kentucky State University. One of 23 major research alliances Alltech has globally, the company’s partnership with KSU specifically focuses on sustainable agriculture, including aquaculture and crop sciences. Currently, Alltech and KSU researchers are taking a look at how they might revive hemp production.

FEEDNAVIGATOR.COM: Produs Buy is ‘Last Missing Piece of the Jigsaw in Terms of our European Reach’: Alltech

Global animal health and nutrition company, Alltech, plugs a gap in terms of its European operations and gains a firmer foothold in the Norwegian dairy and aqua markets through the purchase of Produs and Produs Aqua.

IAHJ: The Influence of MOS on Sow and Piglet Performance

Mannanoligosaccharides (MOS) are complex carbohydrates derived from the cell all of selected strains of yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Dr. Jules Taylor Pickard identifies the primary effects of MOS on the performance of piglets and sows. 

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