Alltech Young Leaders

Young leaders’ award extends its reach in 2016
 

[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – The global reach of the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists (IFAJ) - Alltech Young Leaders in Agricultural Journalism Award will be extended in 2016, thanks to changes in the federation’s constitution and renewed support from key sponsor Alltech.

At its annual congress in New Zealand, IFAJ accepted eight new guilds for membership. That opens the young leaders’ competition to journalists in 40 countries.

Alltech ONE ideas conference

Remember to book your place to attend the Alltech ONE ideas conference in May, take advantage of our early bird all-inclusive package.

Contact the UK office for further details and to register on 01780 764512 or email UKreception@alltech.com

http://one.alltech.com/

10,000 sample milestone for mycotoxins

Alltech analyses 10,000th sample for mycotoxins

[DUNBOYNE, Ireland] – The Alltech Mycotoxin Management program ended 2015 on a high note as its extensive mycotoxin analysis completed testing on its 10,000th sample. Since the Analytical Services Laboratory of Alltech opened in September 2012, more than 10,000 domestic and international samples have been analysed for mycotoxin contamination at the ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited laboratory.

Webinar - Manage Your Calves

Webinar: Manage your calves! Calf care and nutrition for your herd

 

WHAT:           Join Dr. Anna Catharina Berge, Berge Veterinary Consulting BVBA, as she discusses best practices and practical solutions to implement on-farm to ensure your dairy herd reach their full milk production potential. 

 

WHO:              Dr. Anna Catharina Berge, Berge Veterinary Consulting BVBA.

           

WHEN:           Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015

                        4:00 p.m. GMT

 

UK Beef and Dairy Producers should be alert

UK DAIRY AND BEEF PRODUCERS URGED TO BE ALERT TO A GROWING MYCOTOXIN THREAT TO CATTLE HEALTH

UK cattle producers need to plan for an on-going struggle with feed-borne mycotoxins and the associated threat to animal health and performance, according to a leading veterinary scientist.

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