January 25, 2008
Alltech 2008 Symposium Invites Nutrition Industry Leaders to Rethink, Retool and Reshape the Nutrition Debate [Lexington, KENTUCKY] - Alltech, a global leader in nutrition, will once again be hosting the world's leading nutrition conference when it holds its 24th International Animal Health and Nutrition Symposium in Lexington, Kentucky April 20-23, 2008, and at stake is nothing less than the future of the nutrition industry.
December 20, 2007
[Lexington, KENTUCKY] - Alltech, a global leader in animal nutrition, will once again embark on its annual North American Lecture Tour (NALT) beginning January 7, 2008. The theme for the tour is "The Feed Cost Puzzle: Performance or Profitability," and will provide a forum to share and learn how the latest technologies and practices can sustain and elevate our businesses.
December 10, 2007
[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.
November 28, 2007
[Dublin, IRELAND] - Worldwide the dairy industry is experiencing a boom time with strong whole and skim milk prices experienced by milk producers throughout the world. Against this positive outlook, 160 participants attended Alltech's seminar on 'Elevating Animal Performance and Health - Gut Efficiency; The Key Ingredient'. The seminar held at Alltech's European Bioscience Centre was opened by Aidan Connolly, vice-president, Alltech Europe and chaired by Sylvie Andrieu, European technical ruminant manager.
November 21, 2007
[Lexington, KENTUCKY] - Alltech's Lexington Brewing Company will be releasing a limited-edition commemorative bottle of award-winning Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale for the holiday season.? Proceeds will benefit the Old Friends Farm in Georgetown Kentucky, as well as the Don MacBeth Memorial Jockey Fund for injured and disabled riders. "We can't thank all of Alltech enough.? This is going to be a great partnership," said Michael Blowen, CEO of Old Friends Farm.?