February 19, 2014
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – They've come from places as far away as Kazakhstan, Peru and Australia, and from cities as close as Versailles, Kentucky. They’ve worked in organizations as varied as the Spanish Army Veterinary Military Centre, Let’s Talk Science outreach group, and the Brazilian Jockey Club.
February 16, 2014
[LAKELAND, Fla.] – Lakeland Animal Nutrition, powered by Alltech, is proud to announce the official sponsorship of the Florida State National Barrel Horse Association (NBHA). Bob Simon, general manager of Lakeland Animal Nutrition presented Linda Jones, state director of the Florida State NBHA with a $10,000 check which will be included in the prize money during the 2014 Florida State NBHA State Championships at Osceola Heritage Park June 18-22.
February 13, 2014
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland.] – Forty global feed companies, primarily from the horse and pet feed sectors, have joined Alltech in support of the world’s largest and most prestigious equestrian championships, the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy. The forty companies, hailing from 26 countries spanning across all continents, are named as Alltech Official Partners of the global event, which will crown eight world championships in a range of equestrian sports from Aug. 23 – Sept. 7 in France.
February 11, 2014
[DUBLIN] – Several Kentucky craft breweries took high honors at the second annual Alltech Dublin Craft Beer Cup, presented at the Alltech International Craft Brews and Food Fair Feb. 6-8 in Dublin. Facing off against 300 other brews, Lexington-based Blue Stallion Brewing won a gold medal for its Doppelbock brew, a dark and full-bodied winter lager with a hint of chocolate and roasted grain.
February 10, 2014
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – As Alltech celebrates its 30th International Symposium from May 18-21 in Lexington, Ky., USA, it will invite its event delegates to explore the border between science and magic that genetics expert Dr. Eugenia Wang, University of Louisville, eloquently coined at last year’s Symposium. Balancing pragmatism with possibility, the 2014 Symposium will venture into the “What If” solutions that lie within science, agriculture and nutrition.