February 24, 2006
[Lexington, USA] -The aquaculture industry has been growing in importance over the past few years. Alltech's 22nd International Feed Industry Symposium on April 23-26, 2006 will explore the key issues affecting the aquaculture industry and areas of discussion will include current and emerging markets, fish health, innovations in aquaculture and species development. The event brings leading industry figures from around the world to Lexington, Kentucky, USA, to discuss these latest developments.
February 13, 2006
[Dunboyne, Ireland] - Alltech, the global animal health company, has announced a reorganisation of its management structure in Europe. The change of structures and processes in Alltech allows the organisation to move management, research and marketing support closer to the local market.
February 8, 2006
[Dunboyne, Ireland] The latest advances in animal feeding programmes and their impact, ultimately, on human health, will be addressed by scientific and animal feed industry experts at Alltech's 22nd Feed Industry Symposium, which takes place from April 23-26 2006 in Lexington, Kentucky, USA. Last year's event saw record attendance of 1500 delegates from 69countries, drawn by the outstanding speaker line-up, the combination of general and species-specific sessions, and the scientific poster session which in 2005 featured 270 posters.
January 12, 2006
[Dunboyne, Ireland] - Alltech are pleased to announce details of the 20th annual European Lecture Tour (ELT). This year's theme focuses on the area of "Gut Health", an area of key concern for the industry due to the ban of antibiotic based growth promoters from January 1st 2006. The Lecture Tour will visit 38 countries throughout Europe from the 13th February-5th March 2006.
January 12, 2006
[Dunboyne, Ireland] - Alltech are pleased to announce the launch of their book "Nutritional approaches to arresting the decline in fertility of pigs and poultry", co edited by Dr. Jules Taylor-Pickard and Dr. Lode Nollet. The fundamental aim is to re-examine the current trends of productivity in the pig and poultry industry and to identify nutritional means to improve fertility.