September 15, 2005
Reduced fertility in high producing dairy cows is a worldwide phenomenon and a major source of economic loss. The causative factors contributing to this problem are not clear. It is clear however that a single approach will not solve the problem; an integrated approach involving veterinarians, reproductive specialists, geneticists and nutritionists is much more likely to produce economical solutions.
September 13, 2005
[Dublin, Ireland] Alltech, the provider of natural solutions for the animal feed industry, will host a series of seminars dedicated to reproduction and performance in pigs and poultry. The meetings will take place from 18-21 October 2005. International experts will convene at Alltech's European Bioscience Centre in Dublin, Ireland to present novel approaches to animal fertility.
September 7, 2005
[Arauc?ria, Brazil] - As part of Alltech's Latin American Lecture Tour, Alltech Brazil hosted a specific Symposium, entitled "Create Innovate Elevate", which took place from the 28th to the 30th August 2005. More than 400 people came to Alltech's new facilities in Arauc?ria, Brazil, where industry leaders discussed the challenges facing the animal feed industry.
August 3, 2005
Alltech is pleased to announce the tour dates for the 2005 Asia-Pacific Lecture Tour (APLT). This year's theme "Create Innovate Elevate" reflects the theme of Alltech's 21st International Feed Industry Symposium and will focus on the topic of Gut Health. The Tour will begin on Friday, November 4th in Colombo, Sri Lanka and conclude in Melbourne, Australia, on Friday, November 18th. Speakers on the tour will include:
August 3, 2005
[ Lexington, KY] - Alltech has once again shown its commitment to furthering science with the formation of the Young Animal Scientist of the Year (YAS) award. Alltech has created the competition through Animal and Dairy Science departments at various universities throughout North America to promote research and talent. The program will provide a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to interact with one of the industry's leading players in the animal feed industry. It will be divided into three phases: university, regional and national level.