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Expansion of technical and sales team in Europe

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[Lexington, Kentucky] - Alltech continues its development and commitment to Europe with an ongoing expansion program. Recent appointments play a pivotal role in the company's growth in the European animal feed industry, where annual sales represent 28% of the company's global sales. Alltech would like to announce the following key appointments:

New Alltech Biosciences Center to Open in Thailand

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[Lexington, Kentucky] - Alltech continues its global development and commitment to the emerging Asia-Pacific region with the opening of the Alltech Asia-Pacific Biosciences Center in Thailand. An official opening is scheduled for September 2006. The laboratory will be housed in the Thailand Science Park near Thammasat University and the Asian Institute of Technology in Pathumthani Province north of Bangkok.

Animal feed company provides global sustainable support

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Lexington, Kentucky] - Sustainable development is defined as the achievement of continued economic and social development without detriment to the environment and natural resources. The quality of future human activity and development is increasingly seen as being dependent on maintaining this balance. Alltech regards sustainable development as a strategic issue - one of the organization's long-term business objectives.

British specialist presents program on pig nutrition

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[Lexington, Kentucky] - The Premier Pig Program, a program that presents strategies to improve profitability, nutrition and marketing in the pig industry, was held in March in Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina and Brazil. The workshop, organized by global animal health company Alltech, was developed by a group of specialists in pig nutrition.

New book aims to arrest the decline in fertility of pigs and poultry

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[Lexington, Kentucky] - Alltech is pleased to announce the publication of Nutritional Approaches to Arresting the Decline in Fertility of Pigs and Poultry, co-edited by Dr. Jules Taylor-Pickard and Dr. Lode Nollet. The fundamental aim of the book is to re-examine the current trends of productivity in the pig and poultry industry and to identify nutritional means to improve fertility.

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