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Farming the future: What's on the horizon?

Farming the future: What's on the horizon?

The following is an edited transcript of Tom Martin’s discussion with a panel of experts on the future of farming. Click below to hear the full discussion:

ACE-ing sustainability: Part II, "A" is for animal

ACE-ing sustainability: Part II, "A" is for animal

A 20th century vision that was ahead of its time remains so today, some 30 years after its conception: The Alltech ACE principle is a corporate “North Star,” serving as a guide to a more sustainabl

Canadian Harvest

Alltech 2017 Canadian Harvest Analysis indicates high levels of mycotoxins

High levels of deoxynivalenol (DON) and zearalenone (ZEA) present in grain and forage samples across Canada

blueprint

Alltech launches Blueprint® beef nutrition program tour

[LEXINGTON, Ky.] – Designed through decades of practical application to unlock the genetic potential of livestock and support the animal throughout all phases of production, Alltech is proud to lau

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Fumonisin in the feed: Understanding the hidden threat to cattle health

When consumed by animals, fumonisin affects several biological systems, leading to reduced feed intake and efficiency and liver damage. If contaminated feeds must be used to feed cattle, producers may use elevators to blend corn and reduce…

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Fumonisin in the feed: Understanding the hidden threat to cattle health

Reports of high concentrations of fumonisin in corn have come from Texas and other surrounding states.

What are they thinking?

Documenting trends is the closest thing in business to peering into a crystal ball.

Vaughn Holder: A new approach to beef production

Vaughn Holder: A new approach to beef production

The following is an edited transcript of Tom Martin’s interview with Dr. Vaughn Holder, research project manager for beef at Alltech.

Farming the Future

What does the future hold for farming and the entire food supply chain?

4 tips for stopping calf scours

Fall is here, and that means calving season is starting up again for some producers. Dr.