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Dippin' Dots Global named official ice cream of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2010

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[Lexington, Kentucky] -- Alltech and the World Games Foundation have announced that Dippin' Dots Global is the official ice cream of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games.

Alltech announces end-of-year results

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[Dublin, Ireland] -- Global animal health company Alltech announced its end-of-year results for 2006. Revenue for the year-end was $303 million, up 20% from 2005.? This strong performance represents many significant advances in the company throughout the year, particularly with regard to the organic selenium product, Sel-Plex?, which is the only such product to have received EU approval. In addition, the company's newest production facility in Brazil was fully up and running with capacity to produce 50,000 tons of yeast annually.

Alltech hires Buhler to design state-of-the-art packaging system in Brazil

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[Curitiba, Brazil] -- Global animal health company Alltech announced it has hired Buhler, the worldwide leader in the design and construction of packaging systems, to design and install a fully automatic packaging system for its state-of-the-art yeast plant in Brazil.? The new system will be built using stainless steel to create a true food grade quality packaging system.

New Mineral Directory launched

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[Dunboyne, Ireland] -- Alltech and Context Products have recently published a new reference guide entitled The Minerals Directory, an essential review of minerals and trace minerals in livestock with key information from aluminium to zinc. The publication gives readers an overview of 27 minerals and trace minerals in animal nutrition. It contains information on mineral sources, functions, benefits, absorption, metabolism, antagonists, requirements and more.

Alltech's 21st European Lecture Tour to explore effects of increased ethanol production

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[Dunboyne, Ireland] -- Alltech announces the details of its 21st annual European Lecture Tour (ELT) titled "Feed, food or fuel. Is ethanol production from corn taking food from our plate? ?The tour addresses one of the most topical issues currently affecting the animal feed industry. The extensive lecture tour will visit 39 countries in Europe and Africa/Middle East, beginning February 12 in Cork, Ireland, and concluding on March 23 in Casablanca, Morocco.

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