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Normandy, France to Host Alltech Global Dairy & Beef 2014

Global Dairy & Beef 2013 saw more than 760 attendees from over 50 countries representing 5 million cattle attend the RDS, Dublin, Ireland.  Additional high-resolution photos of the 2013 Alltech Global Dairy & Beef are available for direct download at Please select Global500 category from the left-side menu.
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – The seventh edition of Alltech’s Global Dairy & Beef is returning to Europe this Aug. 30 – Sept. 2 in the Centre International de Deauville (CID), Normandy, France. Alltech’s Global Dairy & Beef forum is held annually and brings together some of the most progressive dairy and beef producers from around the world to enable them to network, share experiences and discuss plans for the year ahead.

Media Advisory: Missed Alltech's 30th Symposium? You Can Still Tune In

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WHAT:   If you missed seeing the action in Lexington, Kentucky, for Alltech’s 30th Annual International Symposium last week; you still have a chance to hear it.  New this year, Alltech has uploaded audio files for each session to the event’s portfolio of media resources.

Quality, Not Quantity, Counts In Pork Production Today

 World Pork Expo attendees will have the chance to learn how mineral nutrition can help produce quality piglets at Alltech’s booth #215 during Alltech’s Happy Hour from 4 to 5 p.m. on June 4 and 5.
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – While it is difficult to predict the future, it’s inevitable that it will take the swine industry some time to recover. With more than 6,600 cases of PEDv confirmed in 30 states thus far, March hog inventories were 3.7 percent lower than a year ago, and this drop came despite farrowings that were 2.8 percent higher than last year. The recent USDA report showed April total pork inventories at 584.1 million lbs, up 8.6 million from March but down 116.9 million from April last year.

Alltech’s 30th Symposium Examines the Future of the Food Chain

Dr. Pearse Lyons, founder and president of Alltech, stood with his adult children Wednesday, May 21 at the closing session of Alltech’s 30th Annual International Symposium in Lexington, Ky. USA.  Dr. Mark Lyons is vice president of corporate affairs at Alltech and Dr. Aoife Lyons is the director of the Alltech Career Development Program. All presented in sessions during the three-day event May 18-21. Credit: ZimComm
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – From antibiotic-free meats to healthy bees, anticipating the future of the food chain is one of the keys to successfully feeding a rapidly growing world population, delegates learned during the closing session of Alltech’s 30th Annual Alltech International Symposium. The three-day event explored the curiosity-invoking theme of “What If?” in Lexington, Kentucky, USA, from May 18-21.

The Future of Science is in Good Hands - Alltech Young Scientist Winners Announced

From left to right: Dr. Inge Russell, director of the Alltech Young Scientist Competition, Gillian Johnson, undergraduate winner of the Alltech Young Scientist Competition and Dr. Mark Lyons, Alltech vice president, during the Closing Session of the 30th Alltech Annual International Symposium in Lexington, Ky, USA, May 18-21. Credit ZimmComm.
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Investigations of a rainbow trout gene (Kpna7) and its role in oocyte and early embryonic development and a novel β-Defensin Gene Cluster expressed in the reproductive tract of both mares and stallions were the two winning topics in this year’s Alltech Young Scientist Program, announced today at Alltech’s 30th Annual International Symposium, which draws to a close today in downtown Lexington, Ky., USA.