The European Bioscience Centre was opened in Dunboyne, Co. Meath, Ireland in 1999. The facility is home to our European Headquarters and supports 42 countries and 26 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.

University of Limerick student wins global Alltech Young Scientist Award

Investigations of a rainbow trout gene (Kpna7) and its role in oocyte and early embryonic development and a novel β-Defensin Gene Cluster expressed in the reproductive tract of both mares and stallions were the two winning topics in this year’s Alltech Young Scientist Program, announced today at Alltech’s 30th Annual International Symposium, which draws to a close today in downtown Lexington, Ky., USA. There was unprecedented interest in the competition this year, with more than 8,500 participants, representing the future generation of animal, human and plant health scientists.

Global Dairy & Beef 2014

Join us in Normandy, France for Global Dairy & Beef where dairy and beef producers from around the world network, share experiences and discuss a plan for profitability.

It is a unique opportunity to find answers to questions and generate creative thinking with like minded farmers from all over the world. What are the modern challenges of animal production? How to target performance and profitability? What does the future hold? Can sustainability be achieved?

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Alltech Ireland

Alltech European Headquarters
Summerhill Road
Co. Meath

Phone: 01 8252244
Fax: 01 8252245

Alltech Northern Ireland
6 The Chimes
Ballinahinch Street
Co. Down
BT26 6AJ

Phone: 028 926 81078