June 14, 2005
[Serdan, Mexico] - Global animal health company Alltech recently received ISO 9001:2000 certification for its plant in Serdan, Mexico. The plant includes a state of the art solid-state fermentation facility, the first of its kind in North America. Alltech Serdan produces several Alltech products including De-Odorase ?, Allzyme? SSF, and Allzyme Vegpro?.
June 13, 2005
[LEXINGTON, KY.] - Alltech's 21st International Feed Industry Symposium drew to a close on Wednesday, 25th May 2005. More than 1,500 participants from 69 countries attended the three days of lectures, where industry leaders discussed new technologies for animal nutrition.Delegates attended species-specific lectures on pig, poultry, dairy and beef, equine, pet, aquaculture and food nutrition, where they were challenged to create new products and use innovative technology to elevate the future of the industry.
June 8, 2005
Kentucky's Governor Ernie Fletcher formally dedicated Alltech's new international headquarters in Lexington on June 8, 2005. Governor Fletcher, accompanied by Alltech President and Founder Dr. Pearse Lyons, Mrs. Deirdre Lyons and Alltech CFO Nathan Hohman, cut the ribbon on the 56,000-square-foot building.
May 23, 2005
[Lexington, KY] - Alltech's 2005 Asia-Pacific Lecture Tour (APLT) will "Create, Innovate, Elevate" will reflect the focus of the company's 2005 Feed Industry Symposium. This year the tour will include 14 stops throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Presentations on the tour will be given by leading authorities including Peter Spring, professor of animal sciences, Swiss College of Agriculture; Ronan Power, director of research, Alltech; and Alistair Johnson, veterinary surgeon, Minster Veterinary Practice, UK.
May 23, 2005
[Lexington, KY] - Professor Mingan Choct of the University of New England, Australia, was the 15th recipient of Alltech's Medal of Excellence. The medal was presented to Professor Choct at the opening of Alltech's Annual Feed Industry Symposium, in Lexington, Kentucky, USA, on Monday May 22nd, 2005. Each year the winner is chosen for his or her exceptional research into natural and advanced solutions to animal health.