June 15, 2004
[Lexington, KY] - Alltech Inc., an international leader in the animal feed industry, participated in this year's World Pork Expo in Des Moines, Iowa, June 10-12 and shared ways in which pig industry professionals can 're-imagine' pork production.
June 14, 2004
Now in it's 22nd year, the World Poultry Congress was held on June 8-13 in Istanbul, Turkey. Alltech has always had a large presence at the event and this year was no different. The company had two keynote speakers as well as 35 scientific posters on exhibit.
Dr. Ted Sefton, Alltech's Directory for Poultry discussed the effects of fusarium mycotoxicosis in broilers compared to pigs. He also presented a paper examining how the use of organic selenium (Sel-Plex) improves broiler breeder performance.
June 14, 2004
Alltech, an international leader within the international food and feed industry, participated in the 2nd Annual Ingredients Expo, June 15-17 in New York. The theme at the company's stand was Natural Technologies for Improving the Human Condition.
Dr. Pearse Lyons, President, Alltech said. "This concept explains the strength of Alltech's products, we pride ourselves on the fact that our research is based on providing natural solutions. This is a philosophy that we have followed since our foundation over two decades ago and it continues to be the core of our success."
June 9, 2004
Alltech, an international leader within the international food and feed industries, will participate in the IFT Food Expo 2004, July 13-15 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company will be located in Booth #2635 where the theme will be Re-imagining the food industry. Re-imagine ways to produce and market food. Find creative and practical solution that move the industry toward producing better, healthier, and more food, without threatening the natural ecology.
May 25, 2004
Over 1,300 professionals in the field of animal nutrition attended the second day of Alltech's 2004 International Feed Industry Symposium in Lexington, Kentucky, yesterday, May 25. Participants were invited to explore new nutritional possibilities and solutions enabled by new technologies which can will equip agribusiness professionals with the tools necessary to 're-imagine' the animal feed industry.