Founded in 1980 by Irish biochemist and entrepreneur Dr. Pearse Lyons, Alltech is a leading global biotechnology company whose mission is to improve the health and performance of people, animals and plants through natural nutrition and scientific innovation. We pursue this mission guided by what we call the ACE principle, our promise that in doing business we have a positive impact on the Animal, the Consumer and the Environment.

Headquartered in Kentucky, Alltech trades in 128 countries worldwide and has more than 4,700 employees. We have 77 production facilities strategically positioned across the globe and three bioscience centers, dedicated to research and education, two located in the USA and one in Ireland.

Alltech is the only privately held and family-owned business among the top five animal health companies in the world. This is a source of competitive advantage, allowing us to stay focused on customer needs, innovation and long-term objectives.

The ONE Place to be this May: Attendees from 69 countries attending ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference

[LEXINGTON, Ky.] — As registered attendees from 69 countries prepare for ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference in Lexington, Kentucky, USA, from May 22–25, Alltech is adding to its line-up of expert speakers and engaging discussions.

Nick Adams: Digital detox: Mycotoxin management meets modern technology

Innovative technology allows scientists to measure mycotoxins in feed samples like never before. The resulting data can be used by farmers to mitigate specific mycotoxins in their silage and helps ensure the safety of feed and food along the supply chain.

Tom:              Nick Adams is global manager of the Alltech® Mycotoxin Management team, and he joins us to talk about the ways in which his team is using the digital devices of the Internet of Things. He’ll explain the data they produce to study and track toxic substances produced by fungus that could travel all the way up the food chain. We thank you for being with us, Nick.


A better bulk bin: Preventing pig feed contamination

Stored feed is at risk of mold growth, leading to the development of mycotoxins as well as insect and pest damage, which reduces the nutrient density in feed. Management of feed storage in bulk bins is important to prevent this reduction in nutrition. There are several approaches to maintaining quality feed during bulk-bin storage, including:

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Alltech Biotechnology Malaysia Sdn. Bhd.
No. 6, Jalan Pemberita U1/49,
Temasya Industrial Park,
40150 Shah Alam,
Selangor, Malaysia 


+603 5569 8000


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