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Alltech Attend International Poultry Exposition

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[Lexington, KENTUCKY] - Full circle strategies to optimize nutrition, performance and management is a priority of every poultry operation around the world. Alltech will be present at this year's International Poultry Exposition, (25th - 27th January 2006), Booth #1904, to support these efforts for the global poultry industry.

Proposed Expansion for Alltech Vietnam in 2006

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[Vietnam] - A growing demand for Alltech's natural products in the Asia-Pacific region has instigated the proposed development of a new facility in Vietnam. At present, the Asia-Pacific region represents 29% of sales for Alltech and is the fastest growing region for Alltech, growing at a rate of over 40% per annum for the last 3 years.

Maximising Performance and Profitability in Aquaculture

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[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] - Alltech hosted a one-day seminar for experts and representatives of the major companies and research institutes in the aquaculture industry, at their European headquarters in Ireland on 29th November 2005. Over 50 experts from 17 countries attended the meeting. The third annual European Aquaculture meeting discussed the latest developments of this fast growing industry. Areas of discussion included organic mineral nutrition, gut health status and morphology and new molecular tools to investigate gene expression and nutrition.

Alltech Asia-Pacific Lecture Tour Reaches 2000 People with Message of Gut Health as Key Driver of Performance

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Friday, November 21st Alltech's 19th Asia-Pacific Lecture Tour topped the 2000 attendee mark as the tour concluded in Melbourne, Australia. After 16 stops in 13 countries, the tour was deemed a tremendous success in answering the questions of producers, nutritionists and vets related to the topic of gut health.

Alltech Sponsors Global Dairy Fertility Symposium

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[Dunboyne, Ireland] - Nutritional management of fertility. Managing high yielding dairy cows for energy balance and optimal fertility. Clinical reproductive problems and their management in early lactation. These were some of the areas addressed at the global Dairy Fertility Symposium, which was held in conjunction with Alltech and University College Dublin from the 27th - 28th October 2005. The Symposium brought together the world's leading experts on dairy fertility from a number of disciplines - including nutrition, breeding and management.

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