January 29, 2014
[ATLANTA] – There are two objectives every poultry company should be trying to achieve, how can we increase as well as improve productivity and meet consumer expectation? According to one expert, the poultry industry needs to acquire a new mindset and adopt a “what if” strategy.
January 27, 2014
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] –Results from the 2014 Global Feed Tonnage Survey released today by Alltech revealed a one percent increase in feed production, with global feed tonnage reporting in at 963 million metric tons, up from 954 million metric tons last year. Alltech assessed the compound feed production of 130 countries in Dec. 2013 through information obtained in partnership with local feed associations and Alltech’s sales team, who visit more than 28,000 feed mills annually.
January 24, 2014
[LAKELAND, Fla.] – Lakeland Animal Nutrition, powered by Alltech, is proud to announce the opening of its newly renovated Corporate Headquarters at the site of its facility in Lakeland, Fla. President and founder of Alltech Dr. Pearse Lyons was joined at the official ribbon cutting by Lakeland Mayor Pro Tem Keith Merritt and Deirdre Lyons, co-founder of Alltech.
January 23, 2014
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] –One of Alltech’s crop science products has successfully defended a patent in Europe for its ability to reduce the effects of abiotic stress in plants. The United States Patent and Trademark Office officially granted the patent for the technology found in Soil-Set®, a biodiscretionary technology that includes specific bacterial metabolites such as natural enzymatic compounds that aid in root development and improve growth by activating soil microflora.
January 22, 2014
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – To celebrate the upcoming Alltech International Craft Brews and Food Fair, set to be Ireland’s largest craft beer event, Alltech will host free craft beer tastings across Dublin’s city centre over the coming weeks, showcasing its Kentucky Ale® craft beverage range. That range includes the brewery’s flagship beer, Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale®, a unique sipping ale that has been aged in Kentucky bourbon barrels for six weeks.