July 20, 2007
[Clovis, New Mexico] - Due to increasing demand, global animal health company Alltech has begun drawing up plans for a new state-of-the-art sales office, warehouse and production facility on the company's recently purchased 240 acre site east of Clovis, New Mexico.
"Alltech sees great potential for the Clovis facility.? We have visions for this becoming a biotech park, perhaps with a biorefinery," said Alltech president, Dr. Pearse Lyons.? "We are currently developing such a facility in Kentucky and once that is complete, we will begin to focus on the Clovis facility."
July 17, 2007
[Dublin, IRELAND] - A new, comprehensive mycotoxin information website, www.KnowMycotoxins.com, produced in conjunction with Alltech was launched on July 16, 2007. The website is aimed at educating various market segments in the animal feed industry that are continuously faced with the challenge of overcoming the repercussions of mycotoxins in animal feed and ultimately on their livestock performance.
July 17, 2007
[Lexington, Kentucky] - Alltech's organic selenium, Sel-Plex?, recently received free choice allowance in livestock diets from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This registration regulation allows producers and beef cattle owners to offer the mineral in a loose granular form, providing a full range of feeding applications. Sel-Plex is an organic selenium yeast produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060.
July 13, 2007
[Dublin, IRELAND] - Alltech and The School of Agriculture, Food Science and Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin (UCD), are pleased to announce that they will join forces once again to host a two-day International Dairy Solutions Symposium at UCD. This year's event will focus on 'Mastitis Knowledge and Practice', where leading researchers from Europe, US and Australia will present on the topic from the 27 - 28 September.
July 10, 2007
[Dublin-IRELAND]- Alltech is pleased to announce the details of the 21st annual Asia-Pacific Lecture Tour (APLT). The key focus will be on 'The new energy crisis: food, feed or fuel?' - an area which is of increasing concern for the future of the animal and consumer industry, particularly with the increase in demand for ethanol production and the escalating demand for suitable feedstocks and energy sources.