July 6, 2016
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Alltech and the International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists (IAEJ) are pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Alltech A+ Award for outstanding coverage of international equestrian sport.
The A+ Award was established in 2010 by Alltech, in collaboration with the IAEJ, to reward creativity, passion and excellence in equestrian journalism. Initially, the focus of the awards program was coverage of the 2010 and 2014 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™. The theme for the 2016 contest was “Stories of Triumph.”
July 1, 2016
WHAT: Join Dr. Carlo Angelo Sgoifo Rossi of the University of Milan as he discusses the main strategies to minimise the effects of heat stress and practical solutions to implement on your beef farm.
July 1, 2016
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] The widespread use of antibiotics in human and animal medicine increases the level of resistant bacteria. This makes it more difficult to treat disease in an efficient way. Innovative technologies and research initiatives can be successful when they include experts from different disciplines and work with producers in the industry.
June 24, 2016
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – Stress has major implications on the animal’s overall health, and with the summer heat approaching comes a perfect storm for stress. Pork producers not only have to worry about the normal sorting, loading and hauling stress on their herd, but they also have to address the additional challenges from heat stress.
Heat stress is a global problem, which jeopardises animal welfare, profitability and food security. Indirect effects of heat stress such as reduced feed intake contribute to, but do not fully explain, decreased productivity.
June 21, 2016
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – To stay competitive in agriculture today, stakeholders are looking for the latest innovative ideas to apply to their operations. Sometimes that means stepping out of their known geography and areas of crop expertise and into other arenas to look for new ideas.
“Innovation to me means straying off the expected path and going in a new direction, even if that new direction ends up in a cul-de-sac,” said Simon Allen, an independent agronomy consultant based in the United Kingdom.