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Alltech verifies 13 products with Where Food Comes From, Inc.

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[CASTLE ROCK, Colo.] –Where Food Comes From, Inc. (d.b.a. IMI Global, Inc.) (OTCQB: WFCF), the most trusted resource for independent, third-party verification of food production practices, has announced the launch of ‘Feed Verified,’ a new resource for livestock producers, feed companies and food brands alike to confirm a particular ingredient or feed product meets a specific verification or certification requirement.

Walking the fields: Heat waves and drought in Europe expose grain maize to mould and mycotoxins

Preliminary testing over the summer months of 2015 European crops, conducted by Alltech’s 37+® mycotoxin analysis, shows climate challenges in Europe this summer have created a situation where crops need to be analysed for mycotoxins. According to the MARS Bulletin Vol. 23 No. 7 (2015) areas of concern were identified in Europe.
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – As combines hit the fields this autumn for harvest, farmers may want to keep a watchful eye on their crop quality. Preliminary testing over the summer months of 2015 European crops, conducted by Alltech’s 37+® mycotoxin analysis, shows climate challenges in Europe this summer have created a situation where crops need to be analysed for mycotoxins.

Chinese and Irish dairy insights shared at unique educational initiative led by Alltech

Alltech’s Professor Maurice Boland discusses recent developments within the Chinese dairy industry with Professor Li Shengli, China Agricultural University and Dr. Mark Lyons, Alltech vice president, corporate affairs.
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – Prestigious members of the Chinese dairy industry met with leading figures in Irish agriculture yesterday at Alltech’s European headquarters in County Meath. The meeting was designed to encourage closer collaboration between China and Ireland, particularly with regard to their dairy industries.

Walking the fields: Wet weather exposes wheat to mold and mycotoxins

According to Dr. Max Hawkins, nutritionist with Alltech’s Mycotoxin Management team, ponds created by excessive rainfall in the eastern Cornbelt, can cause lost crops, nitrogen deficiency, variation in crop across the field, increase in diseases and subsequent molds and mycotoxin production. Hawkins shared the latest crop results from Alltech’s 37+® analysis during the company’s annual webinar, ‘Walking the Fields.’
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Before the combines hit the fields this fall for harvest, farmers may want to keep a watchful eye on their crop quality. Preliminary testing over the summer months of the 2015 North America wheat crop, conducted by Alltech’s 37+® mycotoxin analysis, shows an average 3.2 mycotoxins per sample, with Deoxynivalenol (DON) the most predominant toxin.

Alltech recruits recent graduates for its corporate career development program, accepting applications now

Alltech is accepting applications from Aug.17-Sept. 30 for its fourth Alltech Corporate Career Development Program. The 2015 Alltech Corporate Career Development Program (CDP) consisted of talented members from around the globe. The CDP members of last year’s class are joined here by Alltech’s Dr. Aoife Lyons, Suniti Mujumdar, Richard Feuerstein and Jan Edward Lim.
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – The world could be at the fingertips of students from around the world through the fourth annual Alltech Corporate Career Development Program. Now accepting online applications from Aug. 17 to Sept. 30, Alltech invites recent graduates of bachelor’s or master’s degree programs to apply for the program, which will begin in February for the 2016 group.

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