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ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference

2017.03.27.

  • The Alltech Ideas Conference will inspire dairy producers, provide smart solutions for the farm >>
  • The Alltech Ideas Conference to reinvigorate beef production practices, highlight relevant solutions for producers >>
  • The Alltech Ideas Conference will disrupt the swine industry norm, provide innovative solutions for producers >>
  • The Alltech Ideas Conference aims to inspire farmers, deliver smarter solutions to the field >>
  • The Alltech Ideas Conference will help poultry producers harness new technologies, discover smarter solutions >>

ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference will inspire dairy producers, provide smart solutions for the farm

Breakout sessions to focus on robotics, commodities and disruptive technologies

ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE17), held May 21–24 in Lexington, Kentucky, is certain to inspire and motivate producers and agribusiness leaders, but more importantly, it will prepare them for the future. The three-day conference will bring together industry experts from across the globe to share insights and solutions to today’s most pressing issues within agriculture.

To provide an opportunity for every corner of production agriculture to engage in disruption, ONE17 will include various tracks, including a focus session specifically dedicated to dairy farmers. From working through government regulations to discussing the dairy operation of the future, ONE17 will give farmers real-life solutions.

“We believe it’s important for everyone involved in agriculture to be inspired to harness disruption,” said Dr. Pearse Lyons, founder and president of Alltech. “The dairy production focus session will drive dairy farmers to discover practical and profitable approaches that ensure the future of their farm.”

ONE17 dairy focus session

  • The Kerrygold Story: Disrupting a commodity, making it taste different and involving the farmer: How has its status as an industry disruptor enabled Kerrygold to become a leader in butter commodities?
  • The Internet of Things and the Nespresso Model: Building a Unique Service for the Dairy Farm: Could your operation benefit from communicating real-time data information to a team of nutritionists?  What about meeting the daily nutrition needs of your herd via a special pod for your mixer?
  • A Door-to-Door Story: What can the dairy industry learn from the success of the Pennsylvania Amish?
  • The Dairy Disruptor: A case study featuring how new needs prompted ingenuity in Saudi Arabia.
  • The Dairy Farm of the Future: Are robotics the disruptors of the dairy industry?
  • Disruption in Washington: What can we expect from the new leadership landscape? How could the food chain and global trade be disrupted?

For more information on the ONE17 dairy focus session, visit: one.alltech.com/dairy.

Register before April 1 to save $300 on your passport to innovative ideas at ONE17.


ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference to reinvigorate beef production practices, highlight relevant solutions for producers 

Breakout sessions to focus on smart and sustainable approaches, consumer perceptions and maximizing efficiencies

ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE17), held May 21–24 in Lexington, Kentucky, is certain to inspire and motivate producers and agribusiness leaders, but more importantly, it will prepare them for the future. The three-day conference will bring together industry experts from across the globe to share insights and solutions to today’s most pressing issues within agriculture.

To provide an opportunity for every corner of production agriculture to engage in disruption, ONE17 will include various tracks, including a focus session specifically dedicated to beef production. From case studies on increasing carcass weight to profitable feeding strategies, ONE17 will give beef producers real-life solutions.

“We believe it’s important for everyone involved in agriculture to be inspired to harness disruption,” said Dr. Pearse Lyons, founder and president of Alltech. “We also understand the importance of balancing innovation against the bottom line. Our beef production focus session will challenge producers and ranchers to think differently about their operations, from the cow-calf pen to the feedlot.”

ONE17 beef focus session

  • Argentine Beef: In the Land of the Gaucho: Argentina’s meat consumption rates are among the highest in the world, and their grass-fed animals have become world-renowned. Learn from their practices as well as their signature restaurant, The Gaucho.
  • BioBarrel®: Providing Nutrition Without Pollution or Residues: The BioBarrel’s “ice cream cone” design saves water and maximises efficiency.
  • The SuKarne Model: The Reinvention of Subtropical Beef Production: A fully integrated operation, SuKarne has maintained compound annual growth of 20 percent for two decades. What makes Mexico’s largest beef producer and exporter so successful?
  • Breaking the Mold: Better Meat, Better Profit: See how a two-year experiment with the world’s largest privately owned feedlot company, Cactus Feeders, disproves the notion that cattle have reached maximum efficiency and can’t increase carcass weight.
  • A Head-in-the-Sand Approach: “Major polluters, massive water consumers, antibiotic-laden” — or are they? Learn how one company has pioneered bringing a unique, traceable and healthy beef product to the global marketplace.
  • Regenerative Grazing: The Next Disruptor: Can manure from grazing cattle be a natural fertilizer for crop land? Is this a revolution or a little-told story?
  • Disruption in Washington: What can we expect from the new leadership landscape? How could the food chain and global trade be disrupted?
  • The Biologist’s Toolbox: Precise gene editing technologies are the newest tool in the biologist’s toolbox, but are we pushing ethical limits?

For more information on the ONE17 beef focus session, visit: one.alltech.com/beef.

Register before April 1 to save $300 on your passport to innovative ideas at ONE17.


ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference will disrupt the swine industry norm, provide innovative solutions for producers

Breakout sessions to focus on global pork economy, antibiotic regulations and smarter, more sustainable management practices

ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE17), held May 21–24 in Lexington, Kentucky, is certain to inspire and motivate producers and agribusiness leaders, but more importantly, it will prepare them for the future. The three-day conference will bring together industry experts from across the globe to share insights and solutions to today’s most pressing issues within agriculture.

To provide an opportunity for every corner of production agriculture to engage in disruption, ONE17 will include various tracks, including a focus session specifically dedicated to swine production. From topics covering nutrient delivery systems and remodeling pig barns to quantity versus quality efficiencies and global pork consumption, ONE17 will give pork producers real-life solutions.

“We believe it’s important for everyone involved in agriculture to be inspired to harness disruption,” said Dr. Pearse Lyons, founder and president of Alltech. “However, we also want to provide producers with practical and profitable solutions for their day-to-day business. The swine focus session will drive pork producers to think differently about how they operate.”

ONE17 swine focus session

  • More Pigs, More Problems: Are more piglets sustainable? Where is the balance between quantity and quality
  • Antibiotic Regulations: What have we learned? The U.S. Veterinary Feed Directive has disrupted the pork industry this year. Can nutrition be the new front line of defense?
  • Time to Remodel? What innovations can take your operation to the next level?
  • Hydro Oasis: Could smart water and nutrient delivery systems simplify your operation or create complications?
  • The Ultimate Pig Starter: How can simple new methods disrupt long-standing conventions and help us achieve better results?
  • Why Not Disrupt? Could the United States meet China’s growing appetite for safe, traceable pork?
  • Disruption in Washington: What can we expect from the new leadership landscape? How could the food chain and global trade be disrupted?
  • The Biologist’s Toolbox: Precise gene editing technologies are the newest tool in the biologist’s toolbox, but are we pushing ethical limits?

For more information on the ONE17 swine focus session, visit: one.alltech.com/pig.

Register before April 1 to save $300 on your passport to innovative ideas at ONE17.


ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference aims to inspire farmers, deliver smarter solutions to the field

Breakout sessions to focus on sustainability, disease prevention and microalgae solutions

ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE17), held May 21–24 in Lexington, Kentucky, is certain to inspire and motivate producers and agribusiness leaders, but more importantly, it will prepare them for the future. The three-day conference will bring together industry experts from across the globe to share insights and solutions to today’s most pressing issues within agriculture.

To provide an opportunity for every corner of production agriculture to engage in disruption, ONE17 will include various tracks, including a focus session specifically dedicated to crop science. From soil nutrient management to citrus greening prevention, ONE17 will give growers real-life solutions.

“We believe it’s important for everyone involved in agriculture to be inspired to harness disruption,” said Dr. Pearse Lyons, founder and president of Alltech. “That disruption, however, needs to deliver on the bottom line.”

ONE17 crop science focus session

  • The Microalgae Opportunity: What innovative uses do microalgae hold for the farm?
  • Florida Fights Back: Under threat from citrus greening disease, learn how Florida’s citrus industry is deploying defenses to survive, from innovative microbial solutions to antibiotics for trees and beyond.
  • New Ideas in Sustainability: Biofungicides, biostimulants, gene activators, induced resistance, living seed treatments: What do these innovations have to offer an industry that has come so far with synthetic chemicals?
  • Organic Farming: Exploring the advantages of organic disruption, and how major retailers are becoming disruptors of demand in the supply chain.
  • Our Biggest Little Allies: Find out how new discoveries could make microbes, our tiny partners, even more significant to our future and the health of plants, animals and people.
  • Disruption in Washington: What can we expect from the new leadership landscape? How could the food chain and global trade be disrupted?

For more information on the ONE17 crop science focus session, visit: one.alltech.com/crop.

Register before April 1 to save $300 on your passport to innovative ideas at ONE17.


ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference will help poultry producers harness new technologies, discover smarter solutions

Breakout sessions to focus on innovations, genome modification and consumer trends

ONE: The Alltech Ideas Conference (ONE17), held May 21–24 in Lexington, Kentucky, is certain to inspire and motivate producers and agribusiness leaders, but more importantly, it will prepare them for the future. The three-day conference will bring together industry experts from across the globe to share insights and solutions to today’s most pressing issues within agriculture.

To provide an opportunity for every corner of production agriculture to engage in disruption, ONE17 will include various tracks, including a focus session specifically dedicated to poultry production. From topics covering in ovo techniques and the use of CRISPR/Cas9 genome modification to the effects of backyard farming and consumer meat preferences, ONE17 will give poultry producers real-life solutions.

“We believe it’s important for everyone involved in agriculture to be inspired to harness disruption,” said Dr. Pearse Lyons, founder and president of Alltech. “For poultry producers, however, we understand that innovation must be practical and profitable. Our poultry focus session will facilitate open discussions about what’s ahead for the poultry industry and will drive the disruptive thinking that could determine long-term success.”

ONE17 poultry focus session

  • In Ovo: Counting your chickens before they hatch? Could in ovo techniques be the next disruption in the poultry industry, and what benefits could they deliver to the consumer?
  • Chickens by Design: What implications does CRISPR/Cas9 have for the world’s preferred protein?
  • Slow-Grown Disruption: Is the slow-growth movement a disruption? Is it sustainable?
  • Chickens and Eggs: Two growing markets have emerged: backyard farming and large-scale consolidation. What are the opportunities?
  • Disruption in Washington: What can we expect from the new leadership landscape? How could the food chain and global trade be disrupted?
  • The Biologist’s Toolbox: Precise gene editing technologies are the newest tool in the biologist’s toolbox, but are we pushing ethical limits?

For more information on the ONE17 poultry focus session, visit: one.alltech.com/poultry

Register before April 1 to save $300 on your passport to innovative ideas at ONE17.