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EMA finds general decline in antibiotic use in EU, situation varying across countries

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has found sales of antibiotics for animal use decreased by 13% in Europe between 2011 and 2015. 

Antimicrobial resistance Policy & Regulation Europe

BioValence aims to take 'game changer' aqua candidate global

Malaysian company BioValence recently won the Innovation Award at the Aquaculture Innovation Summit 2017 in London for its RetroMAD1 antiviral protein. But what else has the company got planned for other candidates in its pipeline? Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell spoke to the firm to find out more.

Aquaculture R&D Investments

AnimalhealthEurope showcases new look and strategy in Brussels

AnimalhealthEurope (formerly IFAH-Europe) has unveiled its new name and branding at a gala dinner held in Brussels to celebrate its 30th anniversary.  

Europe European Commission OIE

Elanco expert talks fishing in the R&D pond and the spread of aquatech from Norway

It was a question widely discussed at the recent Aquaculture Innovation Summit in London: Where will innovation in the sector come from? Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell spoke to one expert from Elanco to find out.

Aquaculture R&D Elanco

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Israeli firm's peptides slow tilapia sexual maturity to make them bigger
New study backs efficacy of VetDC's canine lymphoma treatment
EFSA advice boosts European preparedness ahead of peak avian flu season
EMA finds general decline in antibiotic use in EU, situation varying across countries
Cargill's data tool aids poultry producers' profits
ASF close to eradication in Czech Republic, confined to EU eastern border
Aratana set to launch Entyce in US after delays
BioValence aims to take 'game changer' aqua candidate global
Nutriad opens new office in Poland
NZ to cull 4,000 cattle to limit Mycoplasma bovis spread
Funding will help Moredun test poultry mite vaccines
Genetic progress in ASF vaccine research
Rabies vaccination has unexpected benefits
Virbac Q3 hit by distributor destocking in the US
Caribbean working to supply vet meds and stop pathogen spread after hurricanes
Evonik plans to dig deep into poultry health data
Delacon expands phytogenics team in US
Animal health in Laos gets ADB funding boost
Animal Pharm M&A table 2017
AnimalhealthEurope showcases new look and strategy in Brussels
Russia to focus on bovine leukemia solutions
Vietnam eyes domestic avian flu vaccine production
Colombian FMD outbreak blamed on cattle imports
Zinpro boosts presence in pivotal Iowa region
Dutch company steps up its pig feed innovation
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Ecuphar, Animalcare set to jump into industry's top 30

Two of Europe's smaller animal health companies are set to breach the top 30 industry rankings following their recent coming together.

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Israeli firm's peptides slow tilapia sexual maturity to make them bigger

The quest to make cultured fish healthier, stronger and bigger continues apace. An Israeli company believes it has found a way to unlock the real wealth of tilapia using peptide technology in feed. Animal Pharm analyst Malcolm Flanagan spoke to AquiNovo's chief executive Dr Nissen Chen about his firm's aquaculture ambitions. 

Aquaculture R&D

New study backs efficacy of VetDC's canine lymphoma treatment

Pet cancer therapy specialist VetDC has said findings from a new study support the efficacy of its Tanovea-CA1 canine lymphoma treatment. 

Canine Cancer

Aratana set to launch Entyce in US after delays

Pet health specialist Aratana Therapeutics is making its Entyce appetite stimulant for dogs available to US veterinarians. 

Aratana Therapeutics Pharmaceuticals

Nutriad opens new office in Poland

In an effort to drive its business in Europe, Belgian feed additive specialist Nutriad has opened a new office in Warsaw, Poland. 

Operations Poland

Funding will help Moredun test poultry mite vaccines

Scotland's Moredun Research Institute has received a cash boost to test vaccines for reducing damaging red mites in poultry production using fewer chickens.

Vaccines Poultry

Genetic progress in ASF vaccine research

A significant achievement in the search for a vaccine for the economically damaging African swine fever (ASF) has been claimed by Australian and US researchers. 

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French firm edges out doubters and gets closer to commercializing insects as aqua feed

Using insects as a nutritious and cost effective feed in aquaculture has not always been flavor of the month. Following regulatory changes the sector is now becoming a commercial reality. Animal Pharm analyst Malcolm Flanagan talks to Antoine Hubert, the chief executive of Ynsect, about the prospects for the firm and the nascent industry.

Europe France Feed & Additives

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New study backs efficacy of VetDC's canine lymphoma treatment

Pet cancer therapy specialist VetDC has said findings from a new study support the efficacy of its Tanovea-CA1 canine lymphoma treatment. 

Canine Cancer

Cargill's data tool aids poultry producers' profits

Cargill's work on the data side of animal nutrition is providing broiler producers with greater insight into impacts on their profits. 

Cargill Equipment & Technology

Aratana set to launch Entyce in US after delays

Pet health specialist Aratana Therapeutics is making its Entyce appetite stimulant for dogs available to US veterinarians. 

Aratana Therapeutics Pharmaceuticals

Nutriad opens new office in Poland

In an effort to drive its business in Europe, Belgian feed additive specialist Nutriad has opened a new office in Warsaw, Poland. 

Operations Poland

Funding will help Moredun test poultry mite vaccines

Scotland's Moredun Research Institute has received a cash boost to test vaccines for reducing damaging red mites in poultry production using fewer chickens.

Vaccines Poultry

Genetic progress in ASF vaccine research

A significant achievement in the search for a vaccine for the economically damaging African swine fever (ASF) has been claimed by Australian and US researchers. 

R&D Vaccines
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Scottish genetics firm sets the pace in the fast-growing fish breeding sector

Scottish fish genetics specialist Xelect is at the forefront of a surging global demand to enhance fish reproduction and prevent damaging aquatic diseases. Animal Pharm analyst Malcolm Flanagan talks to the company’s breeding program manager Dr Marie Smedley about the prospects for genetics in the aquaculture industry.

Aquaculture Equipment & Technology

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Rabies vaccination has unexpected benefits

A US veterinary foundation claims that vaccinating dogs against rabies can have multiple health benefits for animals and potentially humans.

South Africa Vaccines

Colombian FMD outbreak blamed on cattle imports

A significant Colombian case of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in June this year has been blamed on the illegal movement of cattle from Venezuela.

South America Colombia

Zinpro boosts presence in pivotal Iowa region

US trace minerals specialist Zinpro has enhanced its presence among cattle producers in the mid-west region of the country by appointing a beef expert as its technical sales manager for the area.

North America United States

Animal antimicrobial use in Denmark falls again

Antimicrobial consumption by animals in Denmark in 2016 fell by a substantial 5%.

Europe Denmark

Antibiotic-free farms: An opportunity goes begging

Charlie Munger, a leading US investment guru and stock market expert once said: "Too little attention in economics [is given] to second-order and even higher-order effects. This defect is quite understandable because consequences have consequences and consequences of the consequences have consequences and so on."

Markets R&D

Number of vets focused on small animals increases in Japan

The number of veterinarians working in small animal clinics in Japan increased by 1.6% from 2015 to 2016.

Japan Companion Animals

Policy & Regulation

Zoetis highlights the task of taking Cytopoint through a virgin regulatory pathway

Cytopoint's introduction to the European marketplace was not only a first for manufacturers of veterinary medicines but also a landmark for the industry's regulators. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey heard how Zoetis collaborated with the European Medicines Agency (EMA) to get this innovation on the market. 

Product Approvals Zoetis R&D

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EFSA advice boosts European preparedness ahead of peak avian flu season

Experts from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) have used mathematical modeling to assess the likelihood of avian influenza outbreaks. 

Avian influenza EFSA

ASF close to eradication in Czech Republic, confined to EU eastern border

The African swine fever (ASF) epidemic on the EU's eastern border is not moving west, two European Commission representatives told the Parliament Agriculture Committee (ComAgri) recently. 

African swine fever Europe

Caribbean working to supply vet meds and stop pathogen spread after hurricanes

Several initiatives are underway to provide animals with emergency relief following the recent hurricanes in the Caribbean.

Cuba Dominica

Animal antimicrobial use in Denmark falls again

Antimicrobial consumption by animals in Denmark in 2016 fell by a substantial 5%.

Europe Denmark

Norbrook simplifies its anthelmintics packaging

Northern Irish company Norbrook Laboratories has enhanced and improved the packaging on its range of anthelmintics products. 

Norbrook Laboratories Antiparasitics

Japan places limitations on the use of cefquinome

Japanese authorities have placed specific limitations on the use of cefquinome, a veterinary cephalosporin. 

Japan Policy & Regulation
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