[Lexington, KENTUCKY]- Alltech, a global leader in natural animal nutrition, headquartered in Nicholasville, Kentucky, will present 37 papers next week in conjunction with the 2010 Annual Meetings of the American Dairy Science Association (ADSA), Poultry Science Association (PSA), Asociación Mexicana de Producción Animal (AMPA), Canadian Society of Animal Science (CSAS), American Society of Animal Science (ASAS), and ASAS Western Section (WSASAS) in Denver, Colorado.
The president and founder of Alltech, Dr. Pearse Lyons remarked, “This achievement is a result of our primacy in science and demonstrates our commitment to lead the pack in research. The numbers of papers being presented next week are just a small representation of the research behind all of our cutting-edge products.”
Kate Jacques, Alltech’s director of nutrition, stated “We’re excited about the work that will be presented in Denver. It represents a cross-section of the range of projects we are funding in animal science across the world and moves our understanding of the science behind our products to a new level.
Topics to be presented include:
Practical uses of nutrigenomics and gene expression patterns to develop and evaluate nutritional strategies
Effect of NuPro supplementation on intestinal Clostridium perfringens levels in broiler chickens
Effect of dietary selenium yeast (Sel-Plex) and vitamin E supplementation to broilers on meat quality characteristics of raw and marinated breast fillets
Effect of organic and inorganic trace mineral source and preslaughter deletion on tissue mineral content of pigs
Selenium fed in inorganic and organic forms differentially and commonly alters liver gene expression profile of growing beef heifers
Dietary starch level and dose response of Saccharomyces cerevisiae for limit fed-dairy heifers
Effect of in ovo selenium injection on chick embryo viability and tissue selenium levels
High dietary inclusion of dried distillers grains with solubles in broiler chick rations in combination with Allzyme SSF enzyme— Effects on yield and endogenous enzyme levels
Effect of distillers dried grains with solubles and enzyme supplementation on production performance and egg quality of laying hens through 36 weeks of egg production
Investigation on the effects of antibiotic growth promoters alternatives on broiler performance
Effects of a bacterial inoculanton fermentation of barley or corn silage and on the growth performance of steers fed the ensiled crop
Allzyme SSF increased AMEn of the corn-soy diet and improved performance of boilers.
The effect of management on corn silage quality
A survey of molds and yeasts in Canadian corn silage
A survey of mold count and identificati on in Pennsylvanian dairy feed ingredients
Effect of mineral source and mannan-oligosaccharide supplementation on mineral metabolism on young growing pigs
Effects of Fibrozyme on in vitro ruminal digestion and fermentation of a corn and wet distillers-based finishing beef diet with and without monensin
Performance of lactating crossbreed cows on tropical pasture fed by supplements with soybean meal and Optigen or urea
Application of near infrared spectroscopy to estimate composition of NuPro
Hyphenated mass spectrometry investigations applied to the characterization of organic chelates
Growth and organogenesis of progeny chicks from dams fed different sources of trace minerals
Mannan oligosaccharide (MOS) modulates ileal gene expression in pigs experimentally infected with porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV)
Effect of distillers dried grains with solubles and an enzyme supplement on performance and egg quality of brown egg layers
EconomasE decreases sterol carrier protein-2 (SCP2) gene expression levels in breast muscle from 6-week old chickens
T246 Effect of supplementing the diet of sows with a source of yeast-derived proteins during lactation on performances of sows and piglets
Pre- and post weaning performance and health of calves fed milk replacers and calf starters with or without yeast supplementation (Nupro) and growth performance from 9 to 25 weeks of age.
Effects of a microbial fermentation product on milk production and blood metabolites on commercial dairies in eastern Canada
Effect of soluble yeast protein extract and dietary fermentable carbohydrate on fermentation, digestion, and N flow in rumen simulating fermenters.
Effect of soluble yeast protein extract and culture feed rate on fermentation, digestion, and N flow in rumen-simulating fermenters.
Partial replacement of soybean meal by encapsulated urea in commercial dairy herds
Detection of mycophenolic acid and roquefortine C mycotoxins in Canadian corn silage
Digestibility of fresh sugarcane-based diets with slow-release non protein nitrogen addition for limit-fed dairy heifers in the tropics
Effects of Actigen supplementation on mRNA levels of mucin and markers of gut health in the jejunum of broiler chicks
Effect of organic trace mineral sources on production and egg quality of white egg laying hens
Layer excreta mineral content: organic versus inorganic dietary trace mineral sources
The effect of selenium source and supplementation level on vitelline membrane strength and glutathione peroxidase activity in the liver and shell gland of laying hens
Evaluating trace mineral level and form in diets fed gilts: Effects on ovulation rate, embryonic survival and mineral composition of conceptus products
Seventy-one papers have been presented by Alltech this year at major United States venues, including twenty-four papers presented in Atlanta in January.
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