May 5, 2010
? [Dublin, IRELAND] - Global animal health company and title sponsor of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2010(TM), Alltech has further strengthened its commitment to British equestrianism with an announcement that it will continue to support the Royal Windsor Horse Show and Olympia, The London International Horse Show until 2013.
April 30, 2010
And then there were ten... [Lexington, KENTUCKY]- For the fifth year, and with more than 5000 applicants, global animal nutrition company, Alltech has focused in on their 2010 Young Scientist local winners. The Alltech Young Scientist Award brings together the world's brightest scientific thinkers from colleges and universities across the globe.
April 29, 2010
[Bangkok, THAILAND] - People, profits and planet, the core determinants of a business' success, will assume centre stage during Alltech's 23rd Asia-Pacific Lecture tour from June 14-25, 2010. Beginning in Auckland, New Zealand, the Alltech tour will visit 13 stops in the Asia-Pacific region, including meetings in Australia, Japan, China, Korea, Vietnam, Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.
April 25, 2010
[Lexington, KY] -Alltech announced Sunday the initiation of the Alltech 'A+' Award to honor creativity, passion, and excellence in equine journalism. The media contest is being organized in partnership with American Horse Publications (AHP) and the International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists (IAEJ) and is open to the members of both organizations. The Alltech 'A+' Award will recognize one journalist from each organization for an Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games-related feature in the following categories:
April 19, 2010
[Lexington, KENTUCKY] - In 2009 feed and food producers faced similar challenges to other industries including, consolidation and an increased focus on the bottom line of profits. ?In bouncing back from the global recession, agribusinesses face additional concerns with regards to the quality of life and availability of food for the people on our planet. This is what the WHO has called the 'Triple Bottom Line':