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KindredBio set for EU introduction as Mirataz gets positive opinion

Kindred Biosciences has gained an EU positive opinion for its Mirataz therapeutic for weight loss management in cats.

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Boehringer completes $76m Georgia vaccine site expansion

Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health has completed the expansion of its R&D and manufacturing plant in Athens, Georgia.

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Leading start-ups pinpoint necessity of data and prediction technologies

Data, predictive models and vaccination delivery are key emerging innovation trends in the livestock sector, according to a panel of experts.

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Chinese companies begin to feel the burden of ASF on revenues

Chinese animal health firms were not unscathed by African swine fever (ASF) in 2018 but the disease arrived too late in the calendar year for it to seriously trouble companies' full-year results. However, pressure started to emerge in the first-half of 2019, Animal Pharm correspondent Louis Harkell reports.

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Generics make up one-third of European animal health sector, report finds

Veterinary generics account for around €2.9 billion ($3.17 billion) in sales in Europe, according to a new study.

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vHive head Alasdair Cook casts eye over digital tech in animal health

Next week, start-ups, investors and longstanding firms in the animal health sector will gather at the Digital Veterinary Summit in London. Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell spoke to Dr Alasdair Cook – head of the vHive innovation hub at the University of Surrey – to gain an overview of the digital technology space within the industry.

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And then there were four: Animalytix provides industry insight

Themes of industry consolidation, quick acquisitions of innovative products and possibilities in the pain market were prominent at this year's Kansas City Animal Health Corridor Market Insight Seminar. Animal Pharm correspondent Amanda Curtis was in attendance.

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Canadian animal health body names Ontario public veterinarian as new president

The Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI) has appointed Catherine Filejski president of the organization.

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E coli toxin key to cattle gut colonization, responsible for serious human infection

A study has found a toxin produced by naturally-occurring Escherichia coli helps the bacteria to colonize the intestinal tract of cattle and increases transmission of the bacteria to other cows.

Bovine Research

Seventure makes next investment with poultry welfare play

French start-up Tibot Technologies has secured €3 million ($3.3 million) investment for its poultry robotics.

Investments Equipment & Technology

Arbiom gains positive results from salmon feed study

An Arbiom study has revealed SylPro – its 'wood-to-food' feed ingredient – can deliver an equivalent nutritional performance as conventional protein sources in juvenile Atlantic salmon feed.

Feed & Additives Aquaculture

Hester mitigates impact of UN financial crisis on vaccine business

Indian firm Hester Biosciences claims the current financial predicament faced by the United Nations (UN) will not have a knock-on effect on its Nepalese business.

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Prevalence of pathogenic agents in Tokyo pet stores revealed

The Tokyo metropolitan government said it is important for pet stores to establish a proper quarantine to ensure pathogens are nullified on their premises.

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Animalcare: 'We're building the pipeline and not the footprint'

Jenny Winter took over the reins of UK firm Animalcare around 10 months ago, bringing expertise from the human healthcare space. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey met the chief executive in London to discuss the firm's strategy, its aspirations for growth and her initial thoughts on the wider animal health sector.

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Antech signals 'new era of innovation' with first AI-powered veterinary diagnostic

Antech Diagnostics is launching a test that can predict whether a cat will develop chronic kidney disease (CKD) within two years. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey spoke to two leading executives from the firm about how this technology fits into the future of companion animal reference laboratory diagnostics. 

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Canadian animal health body names Ontario public veterinarian as new president

The Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI) has appointed Catherine Filejski president of the organization.

Canada People

E coli toxin key to cattle gut colonization, responsible for serious human infection

A study has found a toxin produced by naturally-occurring Escherichia coli helps the bacteria to colonize the intestinal tract of cattle and increases transmission of the bacteria to other cows.

Bovine Research

Seventure makes next investment with poultry welfare play

French start-up Tibot Technologies has secured €3 million ($3.3 million) investment for its poultry robotics.

Investments Equipment & Technology

Arbiom gains positive results from salmon feed study

An Arbiom study has revealed SylPro – its 'wood-to-food' feed ingredient – can deliver an equivalent nutritional performance as conventional protein sources in juvenile Atlantic salmon feed.

Feed & Additives Aquaculture

Hester mitigates impact of UN financial crisis on vaccine business

Indian firm Hester Biosciences claims the current financial predicament faced by the United Nations (UN) will not have a knock-on effect on its Nepalese business.

Operations Markets

Prevalence of pathogenic agents in Tokyo pet stores revealed

The Tokyo metropolitan government said it is important for pet stores to establish a proper quarantine to ensure pathogens are nullified on their premises.

Japan Companion Animals
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Rise of pet sector: 'No one ever went broke buying into American love of convenience'

One of the fastest-changing areas of the US animal health market is the pet sector. At the recent Kansas City Animal Health Corridor Market Insight Seminar, Animal Pharm correspondent Amanda Curtis witnessed David Sprinkle from Packaged Facts give a consumer-focused report on the emerging trends in the companion animal industry.

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Canadian animal health body names Ontario public veterinarian as new president

The Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI) has appointed Catherine Filejski president of the organization.

Canada People

E coli toxin key to cattle gut colonization, responsible for serious human infection

A study has found a toxin produced by naturally-occurring Escherichia coli helps the bacteria to colonize the intestinal tract of cattle and increases transmission of the bacteria to other cows.

Bovine Research

Seventure makes next investment with poultry welfare play

French start-up Tibot Technologies has secured €3 million ($3.3 million) investment for its poultry robotics.

Investments Equipment & Technology

Arbiom gains positive results from salmon feed study

An Arbiom study has revealed SylPro – its 'wood-to-food' feed ingredient – can deliver an equivalent nutritional performance as conventional protein sources in juvenile Atlantic salmon feed.

Feed & Additives Aquaculture

Hester mitigates impact of UN financial crisis on vaccine business

Indian firm Hester Biosciences claims the current financial predicament faced by the United Nations (UN) will not have a knock-on effect on its Nepalese business.

Operations Markets

Prevalence of pathogenic agents in Tokyo pet stores revealed

The Tokyo metropolitan government said it is important for pet stores to establish a proper quarantine to ensure pathogens are nullified on their premises.

Japan Companion Animals

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Canadian animal health body names Ontario public veterinarian as new president

The Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI) has appointed Catherine Filejski president of the organization.

Canada People

E coli toxin key to cattle gut colonization, responsible for serious human infection

A study has found a toxin produced by naturally-occurring Escherichia coli helps the bacteria to colonize the intestinal tract of cattle and increases transmission of the bacteria to other cows.

Bovine Research

Seventure makes next investment with poultry welfare play

French start-up Tibot Technologies has secured €3 million ($3.3 million) investment for its poultry robotics.

Investments Equipment & Technology

Arbiom gains positive results from salmon feed study

An Arbiom study has revealed SylPro – its 'wood-to-food' feed ingredient – can deliver an equivalent nutritional performance as conventional protein sources in juvenile Atlantic salmon feed.

Feed & Additives Aquaculture

Hester mitigates impact of UN financial crisis on vaccine business

Indian firm Hester Biosciences claims the current financial predicament faced by the United Nations (UN) will not have a knock-on effect on its Nepalese business.

Operations Markets

Prevalence of pathogenic agents in Tokyo pet stores revealed

The Tokyo metropolitan government said it is important for pet stores to establish a proper quarantine to ensure pathogens are nullified on their premises.

Japan Companion Animals
See All

Policy & Regulation

Animal Medicines Australia criticizes government plan to establish APVMA board

Industry body Animal Medicines Australia (AMA) has voiced disapproval of the decision by the country's government to introduce a board to the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA).

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