December 22, 2015
[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – 2015 was an exciting year for Alltech so we have taken the time to review and reflect on what caught our blog readers’ attention. To celebrate this past year, we have selected the top five popular blog posts of 2015. Each of the posts reflects the highlights during the year, including the first Global Craft Beer Survey, the fourth annual Global Feed Survey, the expansion of the Alltech family and more. The most widely read blog posts that you may want to check out as we head into 2016 include:
December 18, 2015
[LONDON] – The captivated audience were kept on the edge of their seats as they watched two exceptional riders compete to share a thrilling Alltech Puissance at Olympia, The London International Horse Show. Jos Verlooy from Belgium and Germany’s Hilmar Meyer were the only two to make it through to the fifth round.
December 15, 2015
[ROSEWORTHY, Australia] – Due to increasing demand, global animal health and nutrition company Alltech has expanded its production facility in Forbes, New South Wales, producing Optigen II™ in Australia for the first time.
The new facility will satisfy growing demand from the dairy, beef and sheep markets for Optigen II, a slow-release, non-protein nitrogen source. Originally developed by Cornell University, Optigen II has been used worldwide for more than 10 years, supported by in vitro, in situ and in vivo research.
December 15, 2015
[BENGALURU, India] – Global animal health and nutrition company Alltech is delighted to announce the 2015 winner of the Alltech Innovation Competition, India, hosted in Bengaluru. The competition celebrates business and entrepreneurship, and challenges the creative minds of university students. Institute of Rural Management Anand students, Mohit Dave, Pranav Harshe and Varun Modi were awarded the first prize of Rs.
December 11, 2015
[GREEN BAY, Wis.] – More than 200 farmers, nutritionists and industry professionals huddled together at Lambeau Field recently to discuss the latest strategies for successful dairy farming and how to achieve their goals for “One Team, One Dream” within the industry at Alltech Wisconsin’s Dairy School.
A pre-conference breakfast kicked off the event with Kevin Wulf, Riverview Dairy presenting “There is no ‘I’ in team!” and Charlie Crave, Crave Brothers Dairy LLC, with “Prospectives for the next generation team.”