About Alltech Canada

Alltech Canada was founded in 1988 and has offices strategically located across the country. Alltech and its associated businesses are positioned to accommodate and service farmers’ needs in all species sectors nationwide.

Together, with our more than 200 talented team members across Canada, we believe in Working Together for a Planet of Plenty™.” With the adoption of new technologies, the adaptation of better farm management practices and the ingenuity inherent in the human spirit, we believe a world of abundance could be ours.”

 

 

Alltech Canada announces Planet of Plenty award recipients

Burnbrae Farms of Ontario and Shipwheel Cattle Feeders of Alberta recognized and will be featured in a sustainability workshop during the Alltech ONE Ideas Conference

[GUELPH, Canada] – Alltech believes that agriculture has the greatest potential to positively shape the future of our planet, but it will take all of us working together. As part of their commitment to this vision, Alltech created the Planet of Plenty™ Awards to reward those who are furthering a world of abundance through nutritional and digital technologies, innovation and sustainable management practices in the agri-food sector. In the inaugural year of the Alltech Canada Planet of Plenty Awards, Alltech is pleased to announce that the recipients of the award for 2021 are Burnbrae Farms of Lyn, Ontario, and Shipwheel Cattle Feeders of Taber, Alberta.

Tips for reducing tail-biting in pigs

Tips for reducing tail-biting in pigs

In field trials, AllBite blocks contributed to a 93% success rate in reducing or stopping tail-biting. The key is early identification and implementation of AllBite into pens where tail-biting is occurring.

Aggressive behaviour in pigs — whether it is tail-, flank-, ear- or vulva-biting — is a frustrating management problem, leading to costly losses.  Incidents of tail-biting, in particular, are among the top behavioural problems in grow-finish pigs that can lead to economic looses due to reductions in gain, secondary infections, death or carcass condemnations.

10 tips for managing heat stress on the dairy

Understanding heat stress is critical for dairy producers managing herds in warmer, more humid climates or farms located in areas that experience intense heat spells in summer.

Cows exhibit heat stress in many ways, and the impact can be seen in both the short and long term. Understanding heat stress is critical for producers managing herds in warmer, more humid climates or farms located in areas that experience intense heat spells in summer. There are appropriate management practices to help herds avoid some of the heat and strategies that work with the animal to help a herd manage stress during the summer months.

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Alltech Canada
20 Cutten Place
Guelph, Ontario 
N1G 4Z7
Phone: +1 800 285 8617
Fax: +1 519 763 5682


 

Alltech Western Canada
Unit 26, 10221 - 15th ST NE
Calgary, Alberta
T3J 0T1
Phone: +1 403 735 3281
Fax: +1 403 735 3283


 

Alltech Québec
5910, rue Barré,
St-Hyacinthe, Québec
J2R 1E4
Phone: +1 877 553 0779
Fax: +1 450 253 0781


 

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