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Minerals matter: Are your pets receiving the right amount?

Today’s pets are a part of the family and have longer lifespans, thanks to advancements in veterinary medicine, animal welfare and nutrition.

Personalized medicine, precise nutrition

Personalized medicine, precise nutrition

Precise nutrition, personalized nutrition, targeted medicine, precision medicine, targeted cancer therapies, targeted gene nutrition and cell nutrition: These are some of the emerging technologies

Mineral choice matters: Maximizing pet food nutrition

Mineral choice matters: Maximizing pet food nutrition

Trace mineral products are not all created equal

Sniffing out the source: Pet food traceability

Sniffing out the source: Pet food traceability

In the U.S., pet food safety is overseen by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

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:

Pasture to paw: Pet nutrition starts on the farm

The quality and stability of animal-derived food products, including pet foods, will depend on the management, diet and genetics of that animal.

Feed the breed: Better pet nutrition through nutrigenomics

Feed the breed: Better pet nutrition through nutrigenomics

The Greek physician Hippocrates, often considered the father of medicine, was the first person recorded to suggest a relationship between nutrition and maintaining good health.

Recalling the risks: Lessons learned in pet food safety

Americans sure do love their pets. With 68 percent of U.S.

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