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Five signs of foot rot and how you can stop it

It's estimated that close to 75% of all diagnosed lameness in cattle is attributed to foot rot. Learn how you can protect your herd's hooves from being affected by the bacteria that causes foot rot.

​The Archbold–Alltech Alliance brings together two scientific disciplines, with ecologists from Archbold and ruminant nutritionists from Alltech, to understand the impact that cattle production can have on an ecosystem.

Strategic research alliance for sustainable beef production formed between Archbold and Alltech

​Alltech and Archbold Biological Station’s Buck Island Ranch recently formed a strategic research alliance to jointly develop beef management approaches, specifically to increase the quality and quantity of beef produced in subtropical…

​Evelyn Greene, president-elect of American National CattleWomen, visits Alltech Global Headquarters in Lexington, Kentucky.

Alltech announces partnership with American National CattleWomen

​Alltech believes that promoting diversity among agricultural leadership is essential for a sustainable future and that supporting organizations such as American National CattleWomen (ANCW) encourages the empowerment of women in the…

InTouch and UNIFORM-Agri collaborate to drive even greater dairy farm efficiency

InTouch, the award-winning feed management platform, and UNIFORM-Agri, one of the world’s leading herd management software providers, are pleased to announce an exciting new data-sharing collaboration, empowering dairy farmers with cutting…

Amanda Radke: Alternative "meat" vs. traditional beef - Which is really more environmentally friendly?

Consumers are growing more and more environmentally conscious, and many have started to experiment with meat-free options. From plant-based burgers to burgers made entirely of tissue-cultured meat, are these really the "alternative meats…

The many benefits of adding yeast cultures to creep feeds

Including feed additives, such as yeast and yeast byproducts, to your creep feed can further advance the benefits of supplementing young cattle. Their components have proven beneficial in improving rumen health, stimulating the immune…

Modernizing your cowherd mineral program

Implementing a proper mineral program is essential, as it can help determine the best way to maintain optimal reproduction with early conception rates while also boosting calf health and growth. We only get one calf per cow per year,We…

Take care of your cows and they will take care of you

Maintaining a focus on maternal nutrition in cows often gets put on the back burner during early pregnancy. However, proper nutrition can play an instrumental role in a calf's future well-being. Don't let your cows and their developing…

Bryan Sanderson joins Alltech as U.S. beef species manager

Bryan Sanderson joins Alltech as U.S. beef species manager

​Alltech is pleased to announce that Bryan Sanderson has joined the company as the U.S. beef species manager.​

Frank Mitloehner: Cattle, climate change and the methane myth

Dr. Frank Mitloehner has done the math on the livestock industry’s contribution to climate change. He is a professor in the Department of Animal Science at the University of California, Davis, specializing in measurement and mitigation of…