May 23, 2005
[Lexington, KY] - Global animal health company, Alltech, recently announced plans to begin construction of a $17.7 million solid-state fermentation plant in Springfield, the heart of Kentucky's agriculture sector. Supported by grants from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, construction on the plant will begin immediately.
April 29, 2005
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] - Alltech, the global animal health company hosted a successful series of six meetings focusing on the Future of Growth Promotion in Ruminants, Poultry and Pigs (14-22 April 2005). A dynamic group of speakers from Europe, North America and Asia spoke on the impact that growth promotion will have on animal welfare in the future. The meetings attracted an international audience from across Europe, and North and South America; with up to 40% of Europe's key livestock industry professionals and over 25% of Brazil's broiler industry leaders attending.
April 28, 2005
Organic livestock farmers and producers now have access to a new market leading natural feed supplement following the acceptance of Bio-Mos? a product that is permitted for use in organic farming systems.
April 26, 2005
[NICHOLASVILLE, Kentucky] - Global animal health company, Alltech announces that its new product Optigen 1200? has been registered for sale in Mexico and Brazil, two leading Latin American dairy markets. The product, also sold in Saudi Arabia, China, and Southeast Asia, is already selling at full production capacity leading Alltech to search for a second production facility.
March 25, 2005
Nottingham University Press has recently published a new textbook entitled "Re-defining Mineral Nutrition". Featuring chapters from some of the world?s leading authorities. The fundamental aim of the publication is to re-examine the current status of mineral recommendations for animals and to look at how minerals are applied in feeds for poultry, pigs and ruminants.