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Governor Fletcher Dedicates Alltech Office

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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.

Key Appointments in Alltech due to Increased Growth in the European Market

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[Lexington, KY] - As the demand increases for natural solutions in the animal feed industry, the company has continued to expand its team in order to ensure fast, efficient and excellent service to its customers. Over the past few months, Alltech has made the following key appointments in the European sector:

Alltech Tsunami Response Fund

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[LEXINGTON, KY] - Immediately in the aftermath of the devastation caused by the Tsunami that hit Asia, Alltech put its "Be Global, Act Local" mantra into practice, with the formation of the Alltech Tsunami Response Fund. The company partnered with the Pattanarak Foundation, a non-governmental Thai organization, and identified several ways in which it could respond locally to victims in the Southwestern Thai province of Krabi, supporting widows and children who have lost their homes, family members and source of income.

Further Expansion for Alltech Asia-Pacific

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[Lexington, KY.] - Alltech continues its global development and commitment to the emerging Asia-Pacific region with a continuous expansion program. Recent appointments play a pivotal role in the company's commitment to the region, a plan for a local presence of 400 employees in the region by 2008. Alltech would like to announce the following key appointments:

Alltech Building New State-of-the-Art Fermentation

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[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.

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