October 13, 2005
Alltech is pleased to announce the release of their new Bio-Mos? animation narrated by Jack Fortune from the BBC programme Horizon. This well-recognized voice explains the inner workings of one of Alltech's leading products on the market.
October 11, 2005
A record 54 attendees, from Bangladesh, India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Philippines, Brunei, Madagascar, Tanzania, Indonesia, Australia and Thailand, participated in the NACA-Alltech Shrimp Health Management Training Workshop recently (October 3-8, 2005), in Bangkok, Thailand. The workshop was the 12th in the series previously sponsored by NACA and AAHRI. Attendees gained useful strategies for basic shrimp health management and learned about current trends in the shrimp production industry.
October 5, 2005
[Lexington, Kentucky] - The Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association recently granted allowance of Bio-Mos from Alltech for use in their organic diets. This follows the allowance by Quality Assurance International in February. This recognition reflects Alltech's commitment to improving animal health through nutrition.
October 4, 2005
[Vale do IvaÃ, BRAZIL] - Alltech has put its "Thinking globally, acting locally" mantra into practice again by entering into a joint venture with a sugar plant company, Vale do IvaÃ, Parana, Brazil. A total of US$25 million will be invested resulting in a state-of-the-art facility, with the largest yeast production in the world.
October 3, 2005
[Dublin, Ireland] - The yeast culture Yea-Sacc1026 (Saccharomyces cerevisiae CBS 493.94) has been granted permanent authorisation for use throughout the EU as a zootechnical additive. Yea-Sacc 1026 has received EU definitive approval (E 1704) for use in dairy diets.
This latest approval for Yea-Sacc 1026 reaffirms the product's standing as the most widely accredited yeast culture on the market, being the only product of its type that is officially authorized for all classes of cattle as well as for equine use.