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Bouncing Back & Boosting Poultry Business in 2010 at Alltech's Annual Symposium

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[Lexington, KENTUCKY]- Alltech's 26th International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium will investigate major challenges facing the poultry industry today, such as total traceability and ever increasing raw material prices.

Pork Producers Preparing to Bounce Back in 2010: Topics at the Alltech Annual Symposium

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[Lexington, KENTUCKY] - ?Pork producers have been hit by a combination of damaging circumstances such as limited supply of feed, waterlogged fields resulting in mycotoxin-contaminated raw materials, high overhead costs and reduced export demand. The culmination of these has resulted in one of the toughest global economic periods, with US industry groups estimating sector leaders have accumulated over 1 billion dollars in loses.

The Food of the Future: Visions for Aquaculture Presented at Alltech's Upcoming Symposium

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[Lexington, KENTUCKY] - ?Aquatic proteins are shaping up to become a major source of protein in an industry where grain supplies are becoming scarce. Alltech's 26th International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium will look at this potential role, and also provide research and analysis of recent nutritional breakthroughs, and what they mean for aquaculture.

Beef Industry Prepares to Bounce Back: Alltech's Annual Symposium

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[Lexington, KENTUCKY]- Bringing together the global leaders of beef production has never been more critical than following a year like 2009.?'Bounce Back 2010: A Time for People, Profits and Planet', Alltech's 26th International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium will take place at the Lexington Convention Center in Kentucky, USA from M

Value-Added Branding Essential to the Future of the Dairy Industry: Alltech's Annual Symposium

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[Lexington, KENTUCKY] - ?The fall in dairy prices and reduction in dairy exports in 2009 has taken a significant toll on the dairy industry with US industry bodies reporting the loss of over 70% of farm equity due to 18 months of low prices.

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