March 7, 2012
Dr. Eli Capilouto, president of the University of Kentucky, signs the Alltech-UK Master Alliance Agreement as Dr. Pearse Lyons, president of Alltech, readies his pen.
[Lexington, KY] – The University of Kentucky and Alltech have a long and deep collaboration on a range of issues in the areas of human and animal health and nutrition.
March 5, 2012
[Lexington, KY]- The 7th Annual Alltech Vocal Scholarship Competition awarded more than half a million dollars in scholarship prizes to fifteen students, coming from as far as Korea, who will be beginning their studies at the University of Kentucky this fall semester. Occurring once again at the University of Kentucky’s Singletary Center for the Arts, the competition was emceed by 2011’s Alltech graduate winner Julie LaDouceur and included performances from LaDouceur and 2011’s undergraduate winner Andrew Miller.
February 22, 2012
[Lexington, KY]- The stakes are high at the 7th Annual Alltech Vocal Scholarship Competition, occurring once again at the University of Kentucky’s Singletary Center for the Arts. On Sunday, March 4, from 2 to 5 p.m., sixteen hopeful students will compete for more than half a million dollars in scholarship prizes.
Free and open to the public, the competition includes performances from last year’s Alltech Graduate and Undergraduate winners, Julie LaDouceur and Andrew Miller, respectively.
February 17, 2012
[Lexington, KY] – The world population is growing at an incredible rate, which means that people and industries alike must explore innovative ideas in order to plan for the future. Agriculture will play a tremendous role in shaping that future as producers grapple with the challenges of feeding the booming global population — projected to reach 9 billion people by 2050 — while dealing with diminishing resources and environmental concerns.
February 7, 2012
[Lexington, KY]- Alltech hosted a Bio-Mos® Breakfast at the 8th annual National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) Trade Show to tell attendees how they can create better beef. With more than 100 attendees at the breakfast, Amanda Weaver, assistant professor of Meat Science at South Dakota State University was the keynote speaker and spoke on the topic of fetal programming for better beef.