Alltech tour addresses elevated feed costs

Alltech will once again embark on its annual European, Middle Eastern and North African Lecture Tour beginning February 11, 2008.

The theme for the tour is "The Feed Cost Puzzle: Performance or Profitability?" During the tour there will be a forum to share information and learn how the latest technologies and practices can sustain and elevate the animal feed industry.
High levels of demand (for biofuels, higher consumption) promise to drive global corn prices even higher and make it more difficult for producers to feed their animals. Alltech's lecture tour will address these issues by examining ways to maintain performance and profitability in the face of increasing feed costs.
Last year's tour, which focused on the growing debate over ethanol between the food, feed and fuel industries, drew more than 2,000 people across Europe, Middle East and Africa. The Africa/Middle East leg of the 2008 lecture tour will be announced shortly.
Dates and locations for 2008:
11th February:  Cork, Ireland
                        Dublin, Ireland
                        Belfast, N. Ireland
12th February:  Birmingham, UK
                        Glasgow, Scotland
13th February:  Stavanger, Norway
                        Billund, Denmark
14th February:  Helsinki, Finland
                        Tartu, Estonia
15th February:  Riga, Latvia
                        Warsaw, Poland
16th February:  Moscow, Russia
18th February:  Belgorod, Russia
                        Minsk, Russia
19th February:  Kiev, Ukraine
                        Izmir, Turkey
20th February:  Thessaloniki, Greece
                        Plovdiv, Bulgaria
21st February:  Bucharest, Romania
22nd February: Budapest, Hungary 
                        Nitra, Slovakia
23rd February:  Zagreb, Croatia
24th February:  Vienna, Austria
25th February:  Brno, Czech Republic
                        Munich, Germany
26th February:  Bern, Switzerland
                        Bologna, Italy
27th February:  Barcelona, Spain  
                        Lisbon, Portugal
28th February:  Rennes, France
                        Ghent, Belgium
29th February:  Munster, Germany  
                        Arnhem, Netherlands
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