Alltech and Karnataka Veterinary, Animal & Fisheries Sciences University (KVAFSU) have officially launched the KVAFSU-Alltech Nutrition Research Alliance program, which will focus on finding strategies that can increase the efficiency of milk production in order to meet the demands of India's growing population.
"We are very excited to work with KVAFSU. They are a prestigious, well-established university with a vision that is very similar to what Alltech has about the future of dairy health and nutrition,”" said Matthew Smith, director of Alltech Asia-Pacific. "India is one of our top markets globally, and the research alliance with KVAFSU demonstrates Alltech's commitment to the industry in India and furthermore in the Asia-Pacific region."
KVAFSU, with its headquarters located in Bidar, India, conducts diverse programs related to animal and fish production, healthcare of domestic and wild animals, processing and marketing of milk, meat and fish.