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Strategize for core profit: Explore mergers & acquisitions at Alltech REBELation

Mergers & Acquisitions, part of Alltech REBELation in Lexington, Ky., USA, May 18-20, will present attendees with the opportunity to dialogue with global business experts on how to survive and thrive in a booming mergers and acquisitions environment.
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – 2014 was the most active run of mergers and acquisitions in 15 years, according to a recent Forbes article. Forbes was referencing Ernst & Young’s final report of 2014, which indicated that M&A volume and value records last year were surpassed only in 2000 at the close of the dot-com boom.

Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fest to return with more beers, food May 16 in downtown Lexington

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WHAT:          Alltech is going for round two, hosting one of the region’s largest craft beer and food festivals, featuring hundreds of craft brews from Kentucky and across the nation. Special tappings will occur every 15 minutes, featuring a specialty brew from each brewery. New this year, a craft spirits bar will feature local and regional craft spirits. Local food samples and meals will be available.

Experts share what keeps them awake at night during Alltech Innovation Day at VIV Asia

[BANGKOK] –Alltech, the global leader in animal health and nutrition, asked industry leaders "What if our nutrition kept pace with today's genetics?" at the Alltech Innovation Day at VIV Asia 2015. More than 100 attendees from 12 countries came together for an afternoon to hear about hot topics in nutrition and listen to experts debate the future of agriculture.

Be part of the food revolution at Alltech REBELation

[LEXINGTON, Ky.] –  Today’s global food businesses find it challenging to keep up with the increasingly diverse demands of consumers worldwide. Consumers are digitally adept, enlightened and eager for more nutritious and sustainable food choices. Can the food chain satisfy the appetites of tomorrow’s consumers – potentially feeding a population of nine billion in a sustainable way? Can restaurants survive in this dynamic marketplace? How can your food business build teams to tackle this shifting environment?

IFM first year analysis exposes feed digestibility deficiencies, suggests correction strategies

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 [LEXINGTON, Ky.] – More than 40 percent of feed samples are suboptimal in terms of digestibility, microbial protein production and fiber digestion rates, according to a one-year analysis at Alltech’s In Vitro Fermentation Model (IFM) laboratory.

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