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Industry Meeting Promises Positive Solutions for the Poultry Industry

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[Dublin, IRELAND] - With the world's largest poultry producers filing for bankruptcy protection, others reducing production, and some changing top management, there can be no mistake the poultry industry faces a crisis. However, out of crisis comes opportunity. Poultry leaders will gather in Lexington, Kentucky May 17-19, 2009 at Alltech's Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium to discuss the latest technologies designed to improve profitability and build a sustainable business in the new global economy.

Be Aware of the Danger but Recognise the Opportunity

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Alltech's European Tour Focuses on Surviving the Crisis

Alltech and Agri Aware announce plans for KIDZONE

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[Dublin, IRELAND] - Global animal health and nutrition company, Alltech and Irish farming and food educational body, Agri Aware have announced plans for a new educational resource aimed at teaching children and teenagers about the importance of agriculture and food and the role of science therein. Presented in an entertaining and fun manner, the interactive website will feature a full range of curriculum linked educational material for teachers and pupils.

Surviving Turbulent Times Focus of Alltech's 19 Latin American Lecture Tour

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[Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA] - ?The global animal health and nutrition company Alltech, has announced that its 2009 Latin-American Lecture will take place form 30th march to 4th April at the main cities of the region. The tour will address the umbrella theme of "Surviving Turbulence: Turning Crisis into Opportunity".

Alltech's North American Lecture Tour a Resounding Success

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[Lexington, Kentucky] - Alltech, a global leader in animal health and nutrition, recently completed its North American Lecture Tour (NALT). Against a backdrop of looming crises from the chaos in the US broiler industry and the current global economy to the decimation of the Irish pork industry, over 1,000 people attended 21 solutions-oriented meeting.??

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