December 18, 2014
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – We love agriculture. We love lists. And we love reflecting on an exciting 2014 that brought more attention than ever to agriculture and its crucial role in today’s world. So it’s in that spirit that we highlight the top five most-read Alltech blog posts of 2014. From the most-read post about PEDv to another highlighting a Northern Ireland farmer experimenting with the zero grazing method, droves of readers jumped in to learn more about the topics that mattered to them this year. The top-read posts that you may want to check out as we head into 2015 include:
December 5, 2014
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – As college students around the globe cram for final exams and put the finishing touches on their theses before a long semester break, one deadline students will not want to miss is the Alltech Young Scientist competition. Registration and paper submission closes December 31, 2014.
Featuring the largest global agri-science university competition of its kind, the Alltech Young Scientist program reflects Alltech’s commitment to reward science and innovation.
November 25, 2014
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Last year as Jack Frost nipped across the United States, the swine industry saw an immense spike in Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) cases. With the absence of summer heat and dry conditions to keep the virus at bay, the disease spread through barns across 31 states. Now with a renewed focus on biosecurity measures and nutritional management, the industry hopes to reverse this costly trend and avoid another surge in PEDv infections.
November 20, 2014
[GREEN BAY, Wis.] – More than 250 farmers, nutritionists and industry professionals descended upon Lambeau Field recently, ready to accept the challenge, “Are you in it to win it?” and discuss innovations and investments every dairy should consider for a fruitful future.
November 19, 2014
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – As demand for its beers and spirits grows across the United States as well as abroad, Alltech Lexington Brewing and Distilling Co. is expanding its capacity and upgrading its facilities in downtown Lexington, Kentucky. Its capacity will increase to 140,000 barrels thanks to two new brewhouses that will be installed by the end of 2015.