February 22, 2005
Global animal health company, Alltech announces that Bio-Mos? has been approved for use in organic diets by Quality Assurance International (QAI), the global leader in organic certification. This approval reflects Alltech's commitment to improving animal health through nutrition. "The approval of Bio-Mos represents a major step forward for Alltech and the animal feed industry. There is now a scientifically proven product on the market for organic farmers looking to maintain GI tract health and animal performance.
February 18, 2005
The International Grassland Congress (IGC) is the premier world event for grassland research and development and attracts over 1000 delegates from 100 countries around the world. Since its beginning in 1927 in Leipzig, Germany, the IGC has been held every four years in different locations each time. In 2005, the conference will be held in Dublin, Ireland. The main conference will take place between Sunday 26th June and Friday 1st July.
February 10, 2005
[ATLANTA, Ga.] - Marking 25 years as a provider of natural solutions for the animal feed industry, Alltech did not go unnoticed at the 2005 International Poultry Exposition in Atlanta, Georgia 25-28 January 2005.
January 27, 2005
The threat posed by mycotoxins to the animal food and feed industries is significant. By sharing knowledge and increasing awareness we can help each other to identify those strategies that will most effectively control their impact. Join us as we bring together the world's most well-renowned researchers in the area of mycotoxins who will share with us their recommendations on how we can identify, understand, and control mycotoxin contamination in food and feed.
January 27, 2005
Alltech, one of the world's leading animal health companies, organized the first European international conference on functional foods in Budapest, Hungary on 18 January 2005. The Alltech Eastern European Functional Foods Conference (EEFFC) brought together over 150 nutritionists, scientist, veterinarians, meet, egg and milk producers. By explaining how Selenium is one of the most important anti-oxidants in human health, delegates were given a better understanding of the potential of functional foods as a new way to branch out in the food sector.