February 7, 2014
[DUBLIN] – The 2nd annual Alltech International Craft Brews and Food Fair, Ireland’s largest craft beer festival, opened its doors today in Dublin’s Convention Centre with more than 150 brews from 45 breweries from around the globe, including Kentucky.
February 6, 2014
[BANGKOK] – Global leader in animal health and nutrition Alltech recently earned an ISO 22000:2005 certification in Thailand. The ISO certificate, in conjunction with the Alltech Quality System is consistent with Alltech’s continued commitment to provide excellence in quality assurance.
February 4, 2014
[BEIJING] – As the Snake makes way for the Horse on 31 Jan. 2014, global animal health leader Alltech is celebrating 20 successful years in the Chinese market. Incidentally, the world’s largest equestrian sport event, the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy, will also be in the Year of the Horse. Can this be a pure coincidence? What will the next 20 years bring to Chinese agriculture? These questions and more will be discussed at the Alltech China 20 Year Celebratory Summit on 25-27 Feb., 2014.
February 3, 2014
[BROOKINGS, SD] – Global animal health leader Alltech is launching a new support tool for nutritionists that not only evaluates and troubleshoots dairy rations to maximize feed efficiency and combat ever-rising feed costs, but also estimates the amount of energy lost as methane and methane emissions per animal. The In Vitro Fermentation Model (IFM) is a diagnostic tool that simulates rumen fermentation and evaluates the nutritive value of total mixed rations (TMR) in terms of digestibility and end-products formation.
February 3, 2014
[DUBLIN, Ireland] – Alltech recently conducted a survey of European feedstuffs from the 2013 harvest using their 37+™ Programme. In announcing the results, Alltech urges producers to protect their animals and their profits from the dangers of mycotoxins. The survey found that 100 percent of both wheat and corn samples analysed contained mycotoxins, and furthermore that the presence of just one mycotoxin in a sample is the exception rather than the rule.