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New Mineral Nutrition Book Launched

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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.

Animal Health Company Leads the Way in the Field of Mycotoxin Research

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Once thought to be a problem restricted to tropical regions, moulds and the mycotoxins they produce have a significant economic impact on animal agriculture on every continent. Alltech is leading the research in the field of solutions to the problem. In February, Alltech held 40 Mycotoxin Seminars across Europe, visiting over 32 countries with a total combined audience in excess of 4,000 attendees.

Alltech Strengthens its Technical Team with New Key Appointment

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Alltech announces the appointment of Dr. Darryl D'Souza as Alltech Asia-Pacific's Regional Pig Specialist for the area. D'Souza's appointment reinforces Alltech's commitment to become the leaders of natural nutritional solutions for the prig industry in the region.

New Gut Health and Performance Book Launched

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Nottingham University Press has recently published a new textbook entitled 'Interfacing Immunity, Gut Health and Performance', comprising of an edited collection of papers from a series of one-day seminars hosted by Alltech. The papers are devoted to bringing together the disciplines of monogastric animal production, feed, gut physiology, microbial populations and immunity, in an understandable and practical manner for nutritionists and meat producers.

Industry Experts Gather for Gut Health Meetings in Georgia

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[ATHENS, Ga.] -Poultry experts gathered for a close look at GI tract health in birds. On March 3 and 4, 2005, Alltech hosted a Gut Health Poultry Roundtable, including panel presentations and posting sessions, with The University of Georgia, where select specialists and veterinarians from the North America gained insight to the impact of intestinal health on flock performance.

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