Successful Farming: Five animal agriculture entrepreneurs from the Alltech start-up program

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December 8, 2021

Since the launch of the Pearse Lyons Cultivator, 23 young companies have participated and benefited from the guidance.

When Pearse Lyons, the founder of animal nutrition heavyweight Alltech, died in 2018, he left a legacy that continues to pay dividends: the Pearse Lyons Accelerator Program, which has evolved into the Pearse Lyons Cultivator. Now headed by his son, Mark Lyons, president and CEO of Alltech, the cultivator offers the expertise of Alltech scientists and business executives.

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