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Alltech Announces Dates for 2009 Symposium: The Sustainability Principle

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[LEXINGTON, KY] - Alltech, a global animal health company announced the dates for their 2009 International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium.? The annual meeting, which drew more than 1,700 from 70+ countries last year, will be held May 17-20 in Lexington, Kentucky.? The theme, "The Sustainability Principle(TM)" will focus on Alltech's efforts in the area of sustainability for agriculture, business, and the environment.

Alltech Launches New Global Corporate Website

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[Dublin, IRELAND] - Alltech, a global leader in animal health and nutrition, has launched the new global corporate website which can be viewed at http://www.alltech.com.

Winners of IFAJ-Alltech Young Leaders in Agricultural Journalism Award 2008 Announced

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[Dublin, IRELAND] - The International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) and animal health and nutrition company Alltech have announced the five recipients of the 2008 Young Leaders in Agricultural Journalism award. The awards, which are valued at EUR1000 each, were presented to Heike Engels (Germany), Carey Brown (USA), Sarah Sutton (Canada), Elizabeth Svyatkivska (Ukraine), and Juan Manuel Repetto (Argentina) at IFAJ's annual congress held in Austria. ?

Dairy Leaders Chart the Course for the Future

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[LEXINGTON, KY] - More than 300 of the most progressive dairy farmers from around the world descended upon Lexington, Kentucky to discuss dairying in the 21st century.? Participants at the Global Dairy 500, sponsored by Alltech, discussed topics such as:

Global Animal Health and Nutrition Company Strengthens

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[Dublin, IRELAND] - As part of its ongoing global expansion, animal health and nutrition company, Alltech, has opened its first office in Morocco. The new facility, which was officially opened on July 1 2008, will provide sales and service support to the growing number of partners and customers in the country. Both Morocco's growing dairy market and its poultry sector will be major focal points for the new office.

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