September 18, 2014
WHAT: If you missed the action at Centre International de Deauville, Normandy, from the recent Alltech Global Dairy & Beef, you still have a chance to learn from the global experts who were there to discuss the top issues facing dairy and beef farmers today. New this year, the event’s portfolio of resources for the media includes downloadable audio files from each session.
September 15, 2014
[CAEN, France] – After a successful 15 days of competition and celebration, the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2014 in Normandy have come to a close this evening with a farewell ceremony in the Michel d’Ornano Stadium in Caen. A cast of close to 2,000 of the world’s best equine and human athletes, more than 570,000 on-site spectators and 3,000 volunteers all helped make the 2014 Games in Normandy a stunning showcase of world class horse sport and the largest equestrian event ever organized in France.
September 12, 2014
[ABERDEEN, Scotland] – Ten young leaders in agricultural journalism took a look at how agribusiness can implement new technologies and increase on-farm efficiencies to feed an ever increasing global population as well as their role in communicating these advances at this year’s International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) boot camp, sponsored by Alltech.
September 2, 2014
[DEAUVILLE, France] – Dream, take a chance, and don’t be afraid to make a profit are the messages that attendees of Alltech’s flagship beef and dairy event, Global Dairy & Beef, are taking home with them as the two-day event came to a close today. The event broke numerous records this year in its second European appearance, with more countries present than ever, 500,000 cattle represented, eight different live language translations and 700 attendees.
September 2, 2014
[DEAUVILLE, France] – The Normandy region, heart of the French ruminant industry, welcomed approximately 700 attendees on the opening day of Alltech Global Dairy & Beef at the Centre International de Deauville Sunday, Aug. 31. Attendees came from 43 different countries, spanning all six continents and representing 500,000 cows. The program was translated into a record eight languages.