July 30, 2009
[Raleigh, NORTH CAROLINA] - Alltech presented 18 paper abstracts at the Poultry Science Association (PSA) Annual Meeting.? This brings the total to 41 abstracts presented in July at the PSA and the ADSA/ASAS meetings.? The annual meeting saw poultry researchers and industry professionals from around the world descend upon Raleigh to discuss the latest issues involving poultry production.?
July 27, 2009
[Montreal, Canada] - Alltech presented 23 paper abstracts at the recent joint meeting of the American Dairy Science Association (ADSA), Canadian Society of Animal Science (CSAS), and the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS).? The annual meeting brought together researchers from across North America to discuss the latest issues involving commercial animal production.?
July 22, 2009
[Dublin, IRELAND] - Organisers of the Alltech FEI European Jumping & Dressage Championships 2009 are planning a celebratory preview of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2010(TM) at the event, when all eight FEI disciplines come to Windsor - including an exciting eventing competition. On Friday evening (28th Aug), the timetable takes a break from Championship competition and becomes a revolutionary showcase for all the remaining FEI disciplines with the Alltech World Equestrian Games Gala Night.
July 20, 2009
[Dublin, IRELAND] - Just under four decades after his epic fight with Al 'Blue' Lewis in Croke Park Stadium, boxing champion, humanitarian, and global icon Muhammad Ali will return to Ireland this August to take part in "An Evening with the Greatest," a Dublin-based fundraising event for the recently established Alltech-Muhammad Ali Center Global Education and Charitable Fund. The event will also include separate fundraising opportunities for the Jack and Jill Foundation and the Irish Rugby Charitable Trust.
July 15, 2009
The Road to the Alltech FEI European Jumping & Dressage Championships 2009 Day 40 and Counting... [Dublin, IRELAND] - The Alltech FEI European Jumping & Dressage Championships 2009 are attracting huge international interest with no less than seven TV broadcasters set to arrive in Windsor, to capture the UK's most important equestrian event this decade.