September 20, 2017
WHAT: Imagine using precision nutrition to meet the needs of individual animals. Imagine meeting the expectations of the new consumer, “the prosumer.” Imagine the farm of the future.
How will technologies help to achieve greater transparency and safety?
September 18, 2017
WHAT: A lecture based on the book “How to Tame a Fox and Build a Dog” will feature the fascinating true story of researchers in Siberia who domesticated silver foxes to replay the evolution of the dog in real time. The book’s co-author will reveal the inside stories of science, politics, adventure and love that shaped this groundbreaking mission.
September 8, 2017
[VALKENSWAARD, the Netherlands] – The Alltech Coppens Aqua Centre officially opened its doors today following extensive refurbishment. The innovation centre will be a leading international aquatic research facility focused on excellence in feed solutions for aqua producers around the world.
September 6, 2017
The Alltech Young Scientist program offers a fully funded Ph.D. position for the undergraduate winner and a postdoctoral position for the graduate winner.
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Entering its 13th year, the Alltech Young Scientist (AYS) program is considered one of the world’s most prestigious agriscience competitions for university students. AYS has discovered some of the best and brightest upcoming researchers from universities around the world, and applications are now open for rising agri-scientists who wish to take part in the 2018 competition.
August 31, 2017
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – The Lone Star State should not stand alone in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey’s deluge. The historic hurricane’s damage could be devastating to Texas farmers and ranchers, who lead the U.S. in cattle, cotton, hay, sheep and goat production, contributing more than $20 billion annually to the economy. There are countless reports of thousands of head of cattle in America’s “cattle country” that could not be rescued before Harvey hit.