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

Keeneland Magazine highlights the unique equine traditions, idyllic landscape, and diverse attractions of Normandy, France, which will serve as the backdrop for the upcoming Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ in Normandy.

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. Progressive Cattleman published this article written by Alltech research project manager, Kristen M. Brennan, discussing the nutrition-packed nutrient, omega-3 DHA.

FEED INTERNATIONAL: Managing Poultry Gut Health Without Antibiotics

Feed International publishes an article written by Professor Stephen Collett of the University of Georgia, who has served as a guest speaker at Alltech's Symposium in the past, discussing how to best optimize poultry performance in antibiotic-free production systems.

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

Kentucky's Lexington Herald-Leader announces Alltech will turn the former Anglican church, St. James Church, in Dublin, Ireland into an Irish distillery in coming years.

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 No. 1. Activating that sponsorship is what unlocks the door," writes The Examiner. This article highlights Alltech's sponsorship of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2010 in Lexington, Ky. 

THE HORSE: What is Nutrigenomics?

The Horse magazine interviews Alltech's Kristen Brennan, Ph.D., project leader for equine nutrition and animal nutrigenomics. She explains the study of nutrigenomics, and how researchers at Alltech are working to measure what genes are turned on or off in response to the feeding of certain nutrients. 

FEED & FOOD: 2013- A Positive Year for Alltech

Feed & Food celebrates Alltech's sales growth in Brazil in this article published in January 2014. "We ended 2013 with 20% growth in sales. This was a direct result from investments in research and technology development aimed at improving animal yeild and profitability," said Alltech Brazil Commercial Director Clodys Menacho. 

DAIRY HERD NETWORK: Alltech Continues Expansion of Algae Division, DHA Facility

Dairy Herd Network published the news that 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. 

THE LANE REPORT: Alltech Salutes the Horse and the Global Equestrian Community


The Lane Report highlights Alltech's allegiance with the horse in celebration of the International day of the Horse on December 13. Alltech's dedication to the equine industry through its sponsorship of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ in 2010 and 2014 is also evident in its technologies found in horse feeds and supplements spanning the globe.

UNITED HEMISPHERES: Dossier Kentucky

In a special look at Kentucky, United Hemispheres in-flight magazine (United Airlines) predicts Alltech could have a treatment for Alzheimer’s by 2022 (page 3) and also recognizes the company as seeking scientific solutions for feeding the world (page 24).

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