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New CFIA-approved algae product will enable producers to bring DHA-enriched pork, milk and eggs to market

Now approved by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Alltech’s ForPlus and All-G Rich will enable Canadian producers to enrich pork, milk and eggs with DHA omega-3.
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Algae nutritional products from Alltech are now registered with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for use in the diets of pigs, dairy cows and laying hens. The DHA found within algae can naturally enrich pork, milk and eggs. Canadian dairy, swine and layer producers will be able to market their DHA-enriched products as value-added functional foods, meeting consumer demand for nutrient-rich foods and beverages.

Alltech Crop Science emphasizes the importance of a healthy agribiome on World Soil Day

On World Soil Day, Alltech focuses on soil health as essential to plant health.
[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Celebrated in several countries on Dec. 5, World Soil Day raises awareness about the importance of soil preservation and stimulates discussion on effective crop practices. These discussions quickly become a call to action. Many producers  are looking to decrease the damage caused by inefficient management practices and, subsequently, improve crop results through a balance in soil microbiology.  

Alltech and poultry layer Tumen Shuvuut collaborate to enrich eggs to offset selenium deficiency in Mongolia

Tumen Shuvuut brings the first selenium-enriched eggs to market in Mongolia. The company is using Alltech’s organic Sel-Plex®.
[ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia] – Tumen Shuvuut, one of the two largest layer companies in Mongolia, will begin marketing selenium-enriched eggs made with Sel-Plex® organic selenium to Mongolian consumers nationwide. In a joint press conference with the Public Health Institute of Mongolia held on Nov. 22 in Ulaanbaatar, Tumen Shuvuut said the company is launching its selenium egg to help alleviate a persistent selenium deficiency in the Mongolian diet, which was identified in a recent study by the country’s Ministry of Health.

First KEENAN and Storti collaboration is unveiled at Agromek

KEENAN and Storti teams celebrate the first of many exciting collaborative projects they will work on together. Pictured at the launch of the KEENAN VA2-18 is Paolo Saggiorato, general manager Storti, Robert Walker, CEO of KEENAN, Francesca Storti, president and owner of Storti, Matt Higgins, commercial director of KEENAN and Andrea Freddoni, global sales manager, Storti.
[BORRIS, Ireland] – Irish and Italian agricultural manufacturing firms KEENAN and Storti recently announced a wide-ranging collaboration. The first in an exciting array of developmental and engineering projects between the two machinery giants was revealed today at Agromek, Northern Europe’s largest agricultural fair. Together, the two companies have built a range of twin- and triple-auger KEENAN vertical feeders. Long synonymous with the paddle feeder, KEENAN sees the introduction of a vertical offering to their range as a major development.

Central Institute of Fisheries Education wins first prize at Alltech Innovation Competition, India

The Central Institute of Fisheries Education team won first place at the second annual Alltech Innovation Competition held in Bangalore, India. They were awarded for their innovative project to make aquaculture, especially shrimp farming, cleaner and greener.
[BENGALURU, India] – Global animal health and nutrition company Alltech is delighted to announce the 2016 winner of the Alltech Innovation Competition, India, hosted in Bengaluru. The competition celebrates business and entrepreneurship and challenges the creative minds of university students. Central Institute of Fisheries Education students Santhana Kumar V and Jerusha S. were awarded the first prize of Rs.