- Animal Nutrition & Health
- Future of Farming
- Feeding the World
- About Alltech
Alltech's solutions for poultry provide our customers with a competitive advantage through nutritional technologies tailored to address challenges impacting modern poultry production and profitability.
Alltech’s global efforts to address poultry customers' needs include:
Managing gut health is essential to build a foundation for performance and profitability in poultry production. Healthy birds will eat and produce more efficiently, ensuring they are performing at their maximum potential. The Gut Health Management program focus on supporting animal performance by promoting good bacteria, building natural defenses and maximizing growth and efficiency.
Safeguarding the health of your animals starts with the quality of your feed. Produced by molds, mycotoxins affect animal performance and producer profitability in a number of ways. Effective mycotoxin management is about seeing the whole challenge. From the farm to the feed mill and from risk assessment to feed management, the Alltech Mycotoxin Management program helps safeguard the health of your animals, the quality of your feed and the security of our food supply.
The Mineral Management program guarantees organic minerals that are readily absorbed, stored and utilized by the animal, and thus able to meet the higher nutrient needs of modern livestock for rapid growth, maximum reproductive performance and animal health.
The Feed Efficiency program supports your birds in achieving optimal health throughout their lifecycle, addressing nutritional issues including digestibility, diet flexibility, feed costs and overall performance. As feed costs represent the biggest input for producers, often accounting for up to 70 percent of production costs, it is important to make sure each bite of feed is digested efficiently.
Alltech True Check™
Poultry farmers face many common challenges such as digestibility, egg quality, fertility, hatchability and feed costs.
A view of the Alltech booth in action in Atlanta for IPE 2012.