April 12, 2006
[Lexington, Kentucky] - Showing a commitment to "advanced agriculture," specifically in the field of nutrigenomics, Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher and Economic Development Cabinet Secretary Gene Strong announced today the award of a $1 million grant to Alltech to assist in building its Center for Animal Nutrigenomics and Applied Animal Nutrition.?
March 27, 2006
[Sao Pedro do Ivai, Brazil] - A United States Congressional delegation visited Alltech's new biomass plant last week on a fact-finding mission.?
March 27, 2006
[Lexington, Kentucky] - Nutrigenomics, the "science of the future" according to Dr. Karl Dawson, will be the focal point of Alltech's 22nd International Feed Industry Symposium.? Held April 23-26 at the Lexington Civic Center in Lexington, Kentucky, this annual event is expected to attract approximately 1,500 scientific minds from more than 60 countries.? Attendees will gather for three days of scientific lectures, discussion, and networking about the latest findings in animal science.
March 9, 2006
[Dunboyne, Ireland] - Alltech's 20th European Lecture Tour (ELT) reached the 2,000-attendee mark as the tour drew to a close in Casablanca, Morocco. After 35 stops in 30 countries throughout Europe and North Africa, the Future of Growth Promotion lecture tour was a tremendous success in terms of providing alternative solutions for the future of the feed industry and in particular on the topic of gut health.
February 24, 2006
[Lexington, Kentucky] - How will Avian influenza continue to affect the poultry industry? Why are we using nutritional concepts from the 60's and 70's with 21st century genetics? What are latest mineral requirements? These questions and more will be addressed at Alltech's 22nd International Feed Industry Symposium on April 23-26, 2006. The event brings scientists and decision-makers from all over the world to Lexington, Kentucky, USA, to discuss the latest advances in animal feeding programs and their impact on animal and human health.