Founded in 1980 by Irish entrepreneur and scientist Dr. Pearse Lyons, Alltech improves the health and performance of people, animals and plants through nutrition and scientific innovation, particularly yeast-based technology, nutrigenomics and algae. With more than 100 manufacturing sites globally, Alltech is the leading producer and processor of yeast and organic trace minerals, and its flagship algae production facility in Kentucky is one of only two of its kind in the world.

The company’s guiding ACE principle seeks to develop solutions that are safe for the Animal, Consumer and the Environment and is actively supported by more than 5,000 team members worldwide.

Alltech is the only privately-held company among the top five animal health companies in the world. This is a source of competitive advantage, which allows Alltech to adapt quickly to emerging customer needs and to stay focused on advanced innovation and long-term objectives. Headquartered just outside of Lexington, Kentucky, USA, Alltech has a strong presence in all regions of the world. For further information, visit                                 



Alltech Philippines 20th Anniversary Celebration & ONE Ideas Forum

Alltech Philippines hosted the ONE Ideas Forum on Monday, Oct. 29 in the Ceremonial Hall of the Marriott Hotel in Manila. During the forum, John Young Simpson discussed the growing potential of the Asia-Pacific region in the agribusiness industry. Steve Elliott, global director of Alltech’s mineral division, talked about Alltech’s history over the past 38 years, including the huge advancements made through its Total Replacement Technology (TRT).

A better bulk bin: Preventing pig feed contamination

Management of feed storage in bulk bins is important to prevent contamination from mold, insects and rodents.Pigs are particularly sensitive to mycotoxins, and producers should be vigilant in identifying and addressing risks such as moisture and feed buildup.

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:

  • Running bins empty before refilling with new deliveries.

  • Not allowing old feed to accumulate in corners or pipework.

  • Keeping bins in good condition to prevent water ingress.

Dr. Cat Berge: Antibiotic angst: Antimicrobial resistance in pig production

The following is an edited transcript of Tom Martin's interview with Dr. Anna Catharina Berge, veterinarian and owner of Berge Veterinary Consulting. Click below to hear the full interview:

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Alltech Philippines

Alltech Biotechnology Corporation

11th Floor, Unit 1101 - 1102 | Asian Star Building

Asean Drive | Filinvest City

Alabang 1781 Muntinlupa City | Philippines

Tel: +63 2 846 0677 | Fax: +63 2 807 1854 | 

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