June 26, 2007
[Dublin, IRELAND] - Alltech, the global animal health company is continuing to maintain the momentum as the title sponsor of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games 2010(TM) with the recent announcement of Gain Horse Feeds as the official Irish feed partner for the Games.
June 11, 2007
As part of an economic development trip to China, Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher and Economic Development Cabinet Secretary John Hindman are paying a visit to Alltech's regional headquarters in Beijing. The two-hour visit to Alltech China will include a tour of the facility and a luncheon with several of the company's key customers and members of the local media.
May 23, 2007
[Lexington, KENTUCKY] - Alltech's Annual International Feed Symposium (May 20-23) concluded on the new energy crisis and the wide ranging implications it is having on the animal feed industry. The Symposium stressed new technologies required to address this energy crisis as well as emphasizing existing technologies and their capabilities.
March 13, 2007
[Lexington, Kentucky] -- The equine industry has reached a point where feeding has become the essence of ensuring the animal performs to its maximum potential. In recent times, the industry has faced scandals involving doping and the overuse of drug-related products. How can the?? equine sector overcome this dilemma and ensure that equine diets have the appropriate nutrient levels for horses to perform? Alltech's 23rd International Feed Industry Symposium will address these concerns during an annual three-day event in Lexington, Kentucky, USA, from May 21-23, 2007.
March 13, 2007
[Lexington, Kentucky] -- How do we set standards for raw materials? What regulatory issues must be addressed, and what quality control methods are needed in a world of total traceability and transparency? Alltech's 23rd International Feed Industry Symposium will address these concerns during their three-day event in Lexington, Kentucky, USA, from May 21-23, 2007. The Symposium provides an opportunity for international experts to discuss these impending issues and propose the most viable solutions that will advance animal feeding programs and ultimately human health.