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IRISH FARMERS JOURNAL: Father & Son

Irish Farmers Journal features a story about the father and son behind successful beef-producing company, Gilligan Meats. The feature includes a shout-out to Alltech from Alan Gilligan who says, "Alltech has taught us how to feed our animals more efficiently." Read and find out how Alltech has been able to help these family business owners raise the so-called "happiest cattle in the country." 

YAHOO! FOOD: This Changes Everything: Bourbon Barrel–Aged Beer

Alltech Lexington Brewing and Distilling Company's Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale™ was featured by Yahoo! Food as one of the best drinks to order when you can't decide between bourbon or beer. The piece highlights the beer's long list of accolades and explains just exactly how the unique Kentucky brew is made.

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER: Farming's 'Green Revolution' uses new technologies

Alltech's vice president of corporate accounts, Aidan Connolly, discusses the new technologies in modern farming that are becoming prominent in precision agriculture including drones, GPS and unmanned vehicles in an Op-Ed in the Lexington Herald-Leader. 

EQUESTRIAN QUARTERLY: Dr. Pearse Lyons

The latest issue of elite horse industry magazine, Equestrian Quarterly, features a personality profile on Alltech's president and founder, Dr. Pearse Lyons. The article tells stories from his childhood, and reveals the challenges and triumphs along his journey to becoming an entrepreneur. In regards to the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014, Dr. Lyons is named, “perhaps the largest sponsor of the horse sport, ever.”

IRISH FARMERS MONTHLY: Reducing Your Carbon Footprint...Increasing Profits

Irish Farmer's Monthly presents Alltech's managing director of the European Bioscience Centre, Kevin Tuck, on how beef farmers can better understand carbon footprint drivers and become more sustainable, all while increasing their profits. Both sustainability and profitability are key components of Alltech's E=P+S Programme (efficiency = profitability + sustainability).

FEEDINFO: Africa Might Become Breadbasket of the World - Alltech President

Could Africa become the new breadbasket of the world? FeedInfo sheds light on one of the hot topics discussed at Alltech's 30th Annual International Symposium, and reveals insights on how to feed the growing population of 9 billion by 2050 by utilizing one of the world's most uncharted territories. 

SOUTHERN LIVING: The High-Low Guide To Lexington

One of the nation's most widely-circulated lifestyle magazines, Southern Living, features Town Branch Distillery in their May issue as one of the "top places to play" in Lexington, Kentucky. Read and discover all of the tours and tastings the acclaimed state treasure has to offer. 

CHICAGO TRIBUNE: Algae Offers Green Way to Boost Nutritional Value of Pet and People Foods

Chicago Tribune pet expert, Steve Dale, analyzes current and future trends in the pet food industry while attending Alltech's 30th Annual International Symposium. Read to discover his takeaways on how Alltech Algae helps to boost the health of both people and pets.   

FEEDSTUFFS: China Taking Center Stage

Feedstuffs highlights China, the home of the world's second-largest economy, and the predictions Alltech's vice president of corporate affairs, Dr. Mark Lyons, has for the country in the future. The article outlines Lyons' presentation at Alltech's 30th Annual International Symposium in Lexington, Kentucky, and asks, will China replace the U.S. as the world's largest economy in the next 10 years? 

BRITISH DAIRYING: Foundations for Dairy Success

To build the future dairy cow, you have to put the foundations in properly, according to Wim Bosma, farm manager at the Edinburgh University Veterinary School Dairy Farm. This article in British Dairying explains how Alltech's Bio-Mos® encourages the development of a healthy rumen lining more capable of absorbing nutrients. 

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