March 19, 2012
[Lexington, KY] – How will we feed 9 billion people? What will the world look like in 2050? Alltech wants to hear from you. With the launch of the 2nd Farming Film Festival, it’s time to get out your camera and tell your story for a chance to win $2,000. The winning videos will be shown at Alltech’s 28th Annual International Symposium May 20 – 23 in Lexington, Ky.
March 19, 2012
[Lexington, KY] – Increased demand on animal performance and productivity inevitably brings new challenges and risks to modern animal production. Toxic contaminants produced by molds, known as mycotoxins, are a challenge for producers and a risk to their livestock. Based on the increasing amounts of research, it is becoming clear that mycotoxins represent an unavoidable risk.
March 16, 2012
[Lexington, KY] – Alltech and the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists have announced that they will once again partner to present the IFAJ-Alltech Young Leaders Award in conjunction with the 2012 annual IFAJ Congress to be held at Sånga Säby near Stockholm, Sweden August 15 - 19, 2012. Alltech and IFAJ have been partners in the award program since its inception in 2006.
March 15, 2012
[Lexington, KY] – The USDA reports that global pork production will reach 103.4 million tons in 2012, which is a record high. Alltech’s 28th Annual International Symposium May 20 – 23 in Lexington, Ky. will offer sessions to explore strategies for the future of this growing industry. These sessions will examine everything from improving health and increasing production efficiency to creating better product quality, offering pork producers new ideas to help their businesses flourish in the future.
March 13, 2012
[Lexington, KY] –Fluctuations in milk prices and rising costs of production as well as increasing environmental concerns have created significant challenges for the world’s dairy farmers. Alltech’s 28th Annual International Symposium May 20 – 23 in Lexington, Ky., will offer dairy-focused sessions that examine the issues and seek solutions for more sustainable, profitable dairy production that can grow sufficiently to meet the demands of the increasing global population.