October 20, 2015
[HAMILTON, New Zealand] – Ten young leaders in agricultural journalism joined together to discuss agribusiness issues from around the world and further develop their skills in leadership and agricultural journalism at this year’s International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) boot camp, sponsored by Alltech.
October 15, 2015
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – Mycotoxins, often one of the most neglected considerations in ruminant diets, should be a major animal health and welfare concern in modern animal husbandry, according to one leading researcher and veterinarian.
“Under the conditions of modern agricultural practice, mycotoxin contamination of feed materials cannot entirely be avoided,” said Dr. Johanna Fink-Gremmels, Utrecht University. “It is predicted that at the current level, the prevalence of mycotoxins will increase due to changes in the climate.”
October 13, 2015
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – To commemorate United Nations World Food Day, Oct. 16, 2015, Alltech Crop Science is paying tribute to farmers and food producers around the world who continue to find ways to feed the ever-growing population. There are now approximately 7.3 billion people living off the same amount of farmland compared to that in the 1970s. What do you do when the global population doubles, but the world’s farmland is finite?
October 6, 2015
[MADRID, Spain] – Alltech Crop Science, a division of Alltech, is delighted to exhibit to more than 40,500 professional participants at Fruit Attraction, Spain’s largest fruit and vegetable trade show. Alltech Crop Science will feature at stand 9E14, with experts available to discuss optimising intensive crop production, in both yield and quality.
October 2, 2015
[GUANGZHOU, China] –The Alltech Mycotoxin Management program once again took home top honors in China with recognition as a ‘star’ in the feed trade.
Online media outlet China Feed Industry Information Network recently presented the Alltech Mycotoxin Management program with the Star Feed Additive—Top 5 Mycotoxin Solution award. The award comes after seven phases of online voting and a review by a 30-member expert team.