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Alltech IPPE breakfast: Feed flock today to benefit human health tomorrow

Registered dietitian and human nutritionist Nikki Putnam encouraged poultry industry members to keep the consumers’ health and wellness in mind when selling and marketing meat and eggs during her presentation at Alltech’s Annual Breakfast Meeting during IPPE.
[ATLANTA] – What if you could produce high quality, safe and delicious eggs and meat that also happen to be nutrient powerhouses for consumers?  What if your premium eggs and meat tasted better than your competitors? What if your eggs and meat could assist in the learning ability of children, reduce cardiovascular disease and slow age-related mental decline?

Alltech Feed Survey reports steady increase in 2014 global production; industry edges closer to 1 billion ton mark

[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Around the world, feed producers responded to consumer demands for more protein by increasing the number of mills that produce animal feed and the amount of product they generate.  The 2015 Survey released today by Alltech revealed an estimated total of 980 million metric tons of feed produced globally, an increase of about 2 percent over the prior year.

Gut Health Management Begins with Good Bacteria at Hatchery

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[ATLANTA] – Good or bad, bacteria are always present in the gastrointestinal tract of the bird. Some microorganisms can lead to disease, leaving poultry integrators with high treatment costs and losses in production; while other bacterial communities can be beneficial, colonizing the gut at the expense of pathogenic organisms. When it comes to a healthy flock, it’s the good bacteria and gut health that can make or break a successful poultry operation.

Alltech to Host “Rebelation” Week of World-Changing Ideas

WHAT:  A celebration of all things entrepreneurship, business and marketing, and the role of science and agriculture: Mark your calendars for May 16-20 in Lexington, Kentucky, for Alltech’s “Rebelation” Week of innovation, inspiration and world-changing ideas.

Canadian Study Finds Selenium-Enriched Milk Decreases Breast Cancer Tumor Growth

In a recent University of Guelph study, scientists revealed that dairy cows fed diets including selenium produce milk that may help reduce the progression of human breast cancer tumors.
[GUELPH, Ontario] – While milk has often been coined with the tagline, ‘it does a body good,’ University of Guelph researchers have discovered another reason that statement holds true through selenium supplementation. In a recent study, scientists revealed that dairy cows fed diets including selenium produce milk that may help reduce the progression of human breast cancer tumors.

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