What We Do - The Science of Animal Health and Nutrition

Alltech helps farmers feed the world, raise healthy animals, and protect the environment through nutritional innovation. More than thirty years of research in animal nutrition and health have allowed us to develop and manufacture innovative, natural feed supplements that improve animal performance, the feed industry and the farmer's bottom line… naturally!

Founded in 1980 by Dr. Pearse Lyons, Alltech improves the health and performance of people, animals and plants by adding nutritional value naturally through our innovative use of yeast fermentation, enzyme technology, algae and nutrigenomics. 

The European Bioscience Centre was opened in Dunboyne, Co. Meath, Ireland in 1999. The facility is home to our European Headquarters and supports 32 countries and 28 different languages. The Bioscience Centre offers a unique advantage as it houses all support functions for the European market.

The research facility in Dunboyne has a strong emphasis on fundamental research encompassing biotechnology, microbiology and chemistry-based disciplines. Our core strength, yeast technology, is researched here, where Alltech scientists look at using yeast cell wall components to bind mycotoxins and bacteria that damage the gut.

Early Lactation Focus Day

2018-02-15
Call InTouch on 059 910 1320 from Ireland or from the UK on 0800 5873297 to ask all your Early Lactation questions on February 15.

Call InTouch on 059 910 1320 from Ireland or from the UK on 08005873297​ to speak to our nutrition team on February 15, to discuss any early lactation questions. 

ONE18

2018-05-20 - 2018-05-22

The transformative power of ideas will be the focus of ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference 2018. Join us to explore how ideas can germinate into innovations that change the course of our businesses and lives.  

InTouch Dry Cow Management Webinar

2017-11-30

Getting the dry period right can help towards easier calving, improved milk yield and better fertility. 
Join our live webinar with speakers Cathal Bohane and Sarah Maher to find out more about our dry cow programme this winter and how body condition score, nutrition, management and minerals can ensure productivity post calving.

To find out more about the InTouch Dry Cow Programme and to register for our upcoming webinar click here.

Contact Us

Alltech Ireland

Alltech European Bioscience Centre
Summerhill Road
Sarney
Dunboyne
Co. Meath

Phone: 01 8252244
EmailIreland@alltech.com
Fax: 01 8252245

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