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FEEDINFO: Alltech Crop Science opens new facility in Brazil

On Sept.13, Alltech opened a crop science production facility in Uberlândia, Brazil. The new plant will increase production capacity by 150 percent, reaching an annual production of 10 million liters as well as supplying the entire Central- West and Northeast Regions of Brazil more efficiently.   

INTERNATIONAL ANIMAL HEALTH JOURNAL: A glimpse of how agribusiness can feed the world

As part of the agricultural community, veterinarians are frequently asked to speak at meetings, write papers or even in casual interactions, explain if farming and farmers are ready to feed the world. Not just the world today, but the world of 2050 or 2100.

SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE MAGAZINE: Boosting Omega-3 uptake with organic minerals

Organic forms of trace mineral have been demonstrated to have higher bioavailability and tissue storage when compared to their inorganic counterparts. This is of primary importance when it comes to their nutritional performance in aquaculture feeds. Organic trace minerals increase bioavailability while promoting performance, reducing mineral loading in diets and decreasing waste discharge.

FISH FARMING EXPERT: Sights set on salmon market

Patrick Charlton, Alltech’s European Vice President and newly appointed CEO of Coppens International, outlines his vision of the aquafeed industry and explains what Alltech might bring to the sector.

FEEDINFO: Alltech, Keenan, and Haier to cooperate in Chinese ag industry

On Sept. 7, Alltech, KEENAN and Haier Financial Services, the financial subsidiary of Haier Group, signed a memorandum that aims to build a healthy agricultural ecosystem in China. 

IRISH FARMERS JOURNAL: The last 10 years of supermarkets as we know it

According to the chief innovation officer at Alltech, we are now witnessing the last 10 years of the retailer as we know it. Aidan Connolly was speaking at the ASA conference in Kilkenny on Friday and said from talking to people over the last number of years this is the “big thing” he has noticed. The way consumers engage with food is changing.

IRISH FARMERS JOURNAL: Listen: introducing the prosumer

Aidan Connolly presented the idea of the prosumer to the ASA annual conference in Kilkenny on Friday.

ALL ABOUT FEED: Is yield the only way to value crops?

Evolving technology and better insights into best practices have offered an alternative approach to crop production, providing the innovative tools to not only enhance yield, but also to improve nutritional value. Historically, the commercialisation and intensification of crop production was fuelled by necessary yield improvements to supply a growing population.

IRISH FARMERS MONTHLY: Getting the dry period right for autumn calving cows

In the past, the care and feeding of the dry cow was not high on the list of priorities for many dairy farmers. Dry cows were often neglected and placed on the back foot but thankfully, today, dry cow management is seen as an integral part of dairy herd management, writes April Higgins, technical adviser, Alltech Ireland. 

FEED NAVIGATOR: Consolidation, genetics and nutrition improved the Chinese dairy industry, is the focus now on beef?

A focus on improving genetics and nutrition has grown the dairy industry in China, but efforts have lagged in beef production, says Ian Lahiffe of Alltech China. He believes that will change soon.