October 30, 2008
[Dublin, IRELAND] - Global animal health and nutrition company, Alltech recently achieved Feed Materials Assurance Scheme (FEMAS) certification at four of its plants, assuring that certain materials produced by the company at these sites satisfy the stringent controls applied to animal feed manufacture in regard to quality assurance, traceability, and selection of raw materials.??
October 30, 2008
? [Lexington, KY] - Alltech, a global leader in animal health and nutrition, is continuing its investment in the education and development of the world's children through its sponsorship of an elementary school in China. The Xiang-E Elementary School will be rebuilt in Sichuan, a highly-populated province that was devastated by the 8.0 magnitude earthquake on May 12, 2008. Located near the epicentre of the earthquake, the Xiang-E Elementary School collapsed, killing over 370 of the teachers and students.
October 22, 2008
[Dublin, IRELAND] - 32% of leading nutritionists, veterinarians and other industry experts have stated that the EU programme to reduce salmonella contamination in eggs and poultry flocks will jeopardise the competitiveness of European poultry producers. A further 20% said that it will lead to the illegal use of antibiotics and 18% that it will result in unrealistic expectations for consumers.
October 16, 2008
[Dublin, IRELAND] - Over 115 delegates attended Alltech's swine technical seminar on 'Elevating Animal Performance and Health - Formula for the Future; Nutrition or Pathology?' The seminar held at Alltech's European Bioscience Centre was opened by Marc Larousse, vice-president, Alltech Europe and chaired by Dr. Jules Taylor-Pickard, solutions deployment team, Alltech.
October 15, 2008