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Alltech and NACA Announce 2006 Shrimp Health Management Training Workshop

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[ Lexington , KY ] - The shrimp industry has undergone many changes in the past five years with the impact of food safety issues, the introduction of Penaeus (Litopenaeus) vannamei into Asia and the price pressures on exported shrimp. Alltech is proud to collaborate for the second successive year with the Network of Aquaculture Centers in Asia-Pacific (NACA) to hold its next ?EUR~Shrimp Health Management Training Workshop' for producers and professionals from 24-29 July, 2006 in Thailand.

Alltech showcases natural pig production at World Pork Expo

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[Lexington, Kentucky] -Global animal health company Alltech plans to give participants at the World Pork Expo a "Guide to Natural Pig Production." Alltech, which has provided natural solutions to the feed and food industries since 1980, will once again host a booth dedicated to pig nutrition at the World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Iowa, June 8-10.? This year's booth will showcase three of Alltech's products: Sel-Plex?, Bioplex? Trace Minerals and Bio-Mos?.

Alltech to exhibit at international shows in Europe and Asia

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[Lexington, Kentucky] - Alltech will attend some of the largest industry trasdeshows in Europe and Asia over the next few months.

Alltech appoints three new general managers in the Asia-Pacific region

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[Lexington, Kentucky] - Alltech is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Cemlyn Martin as general manager for South Asia. Martin has built a distinguished career with Alltech holding several roles with the company throughout the Asia-Pacific region. He joined Alltech in November 1999 as enzymes manager for Asia-Pacific. In 2001, he became general manager for Alltech India, establishing the company's office and sales operations.

Antibiotic alternative helps reduce beef scours

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[Lexington, KY] - Until recently, beef cattle producers around the world have relied heavily on the use of antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs) in order to treat scours in their operations. On January 1, 2006, the European Union put into effect a total ban on AGPs in feed, and while the FDA has not implemented this regulation, many US beef producers have begun to incorporate alternative feeding strategies.

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