Alltech discusses role of U.S. pork industry at World Pork Expo 2024

Alltech Pork Team has hosted the Business Seminar during the World Pork Expo 2024. The seminar focused on the U.S. pork industry’s role in animal health, sustainability, and more.

Alltech discusses role of U.S. pork industry at World Pork Expo 2024
The Alltech Pork Team hosted a Business Seminar during World Pork Expo 2024. Speakers included (pictured left to right): Mark Hulsebus, sales and portfolio director at Alltech; Dr. Mark Lyons, president and CEO at Alltech; Maria Zieba, vice president of government affairs at the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC); Dr. Gordon Spronk, DVM Chair Emeritus at Pipestone; and Dr. Frank Mitloehner, director at CLEAR Center, UC Davis.

During World Pork Expo, which was held in Des Moines, Iowa, USA, the Alltech Pork Team hosted the Business Seminar, “Challenging health and productivity: How does the U.S. lead the world in sustainable, profitable pork production?”. The seminar included some of the leaders in the agriculture industry as they discussed the U.S. pork industry’s role in global trade, animal health and sustainability.

“Alltech as a company believes that agriculture has the greatest potential to positively shape the future of our planet,” said Mark Hulsebus, sales and portfolio director at Alltech, as he welcomed attendees. “Our customers, whether you’re in pork production, or beef or poultry or aquaculture, we all have the two most important jobs in the world, nourishing the people on our planet and preserving that planet in the process.”

The panel was moderated by Hulsebus, and he was joined by Dr. Mark Lyons, president and CEO at Alltech; Dr. Frank Mitloehner, director at CLEAR Center, UC Davis; Maria Zieba, vice president of government affairs at the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC); and Dr. Gordon Spronk, DVM Chair Emeritus at Pipestone.