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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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LEVOYA outlines challenges of finding the right partner in animal health

Industry veterans Tom Robitaille and Federico Kobrak recently established LEVOYA – a new boutique animal health consultancy business based in Montreal, Canada, but with international reach. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey caught up with the firm's founders to find out more about their industry worldview. 

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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.

Markets Food Animals Companion Animals

Zoetis bags positive results in effectiveness studies of new triple combo antiparasitic

Zoetis has gained positive efficacy data for its Simparica Trio antiparasitic pipeline candidate.  

Zoetis R&D Antiparasitics

Roslin creates new model to predict livestock vaccine efficacy, examines PRRS

Scientists at Scotland's Roslin Institute have developed a new epidemiological model to investigate the effectiveness of vaccines in livestock.

Vaccines Food Animals Research

Australia prepares for independent review of veterinary medicine regulation

Australia is to employ an independent review of its regulatory framework for agricultural and veterinary chemicals.

Australia Policy & Regulation

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Elanco and Bayer deal taps into emerging trends shaping a modern animal health sector

Elanco's pending purchase of Bayer Animal Health is a deal that capitalizes on industry trends that have emerged this year, claims chief executive Jeff Simmons.

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Alltech names new senior VP of sales

Alltech has appointed Brain McCawley to the role of senior vice president of sales.

People

APHIS seeks information from potential suppliers of new FMD vaccine bank

Information is being sought from potential suppliers of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccines for the new US national vaccine bank established by the 2018 Farm Bill.

United States Vaccines

Advocates praise Chick-Fil-A for 'stunning' antibiotic-free milestone

Chick-Fil-A has achieved a goal – set in 2014 – to offer 'no antibiotics chicken' in all 2,400 of its US restaurants.

United States Poultry

NOAH: No-deal Brexit represents potential animal welfare, disease control risk

The disruption of a no-deal Brexit represents a potential risk to controlling disease and animal welfare in the UK, according to the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH).

United Kingdom Policy & Regulation

ASF-stricken China embraces salmon imports

China is becoming a more viable market for the aquaculture industry, as it looks for alternative protein sources in light of African swine fever (ASF).

China Aquaculture

AMR stakeholders urge European Parliament to take action

The European Parliament has received an open letter highlighting the need of a dedicated antimicrobial resistance (AMR) action group from 17 key organizations.

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Next-frontier translational technologies and trends – Part Three: Digital technology and data

In the last of a three-part series for Animal Pharm, Stonehaven Consulting partners Benjamin Wilhelm and Adrian Grosu put the use of digital technology and data in human health under the spotlight, as they explain how these innovations can be expected to cross over into animal health.

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After the isoxazoline gold rush: Where will industry turn for next big antiparasitic windfall?

The antiparasitic space has been an active battleground for the animal health industry for many decades. It is the largest single product market in animal health and will undoubtedly remain a key growth driver over the coming years. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey canvassed opinion from a range of thought leaders on opportunities and challenges in this key blockbuster market. 

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Alltech names new senior VP of sales

Alltech has appointed Brain McCawley to the role of senior vice president of sales.

People

APHIS seeks information from potential suppliers of new FMD vaccine bank

Information is being sought from potential suppliers of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccines for the new US national vaccine bank established by the 2018 Farm Bill.

United States Vaccines

Advocates praise Chick-Fil-A for 'stunning' antibiotic-free milestone

Chick-Fil-A has achieved a goal – set in 2014 – to offer 'no antibiotics chicken' in all 2,400 of its US restaurants.

United States Poultry

NOAH: No-deal Brexit represents potential animal welfare, disease control risk

The disruption of a no-deal Brexit represents a potential risk to controlling disease and animal welfare in the UK, according to the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH).

United Kingdom Policy & Regulation

ASF-stricken China embraces salmon imports

China is becoming a more viable market for the aquaculture industry, as it looks for alternative protein sources in light of African swine fever (ASF).

China Aquaculture

AMR stakeholders urge European Parliament to take action

The European Parliament has received an open letter highlighting the need of a dedicated antimicrobial resistance (AMR) action group from 17 key organizations.

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Guggenheim on companion animal health: Next five years could see as much growth as last half century

In a new report, David Westenberg – an analyst at US investment firm Guggenheim Partners – has made multiple predictions for the companion animal health market of 2024. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey looks through these forecasts to find out what the next five years might have in store.

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Alltech names new senior VP of sales

Alltech has appointed Brain McCawley to the role of senior vice president of sales.

People

APHIS seeks information from potential suppliers of new FMD vaccine bank

Information is being sought from potential suppliers of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccines for the new US national vaccine bank established by the 2018 Farm Bill.

United States Vaccines

Advocates praise Chick-Fil-A for 'stunning' antibiotic-free milestone

Chick-Fil-A has achieved a goal – set in 2014 – to offer 'no antibiotics chicken' in all 2,400 of its US restaurants.

United States Poultry

NOAH: No-deal Brexit represents potential animal welfare, disease control risk

The disruption of a no-deal Brexit represents a potential risk to controlling disease and animal welfare in the UK, according to the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH).

United Kingdom Policy & Regulation

ASF-stricken China embraces salmon imports

China is becoming a more viable market for the aquaculture industry, as it looks for alternative protein sources in light of African swine fever (ASF).

China Aquaculture

AMR stakeholders urge European Parliament to take action

The European Parliament has received an open letter highlighting the need of a dedicated antimicrobial resistance (AMR) action group from 17 key organizations.

Europe Policy & Regulation

Latest From

Alltech names new senior VP of sales

Alltech has appointed Brain McCawley to the role of senior vice president of sales.

People

APHIS seeks information from potential suppliers of new FMD vaccine bank

Information is being sought from potential suppliers of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccines for the new US national vaccine bank established by the 2018 Farm Bill.

United States Vaccines

Advocates praise Chick-Fil-A for 'stunning' antibiotic-free milestone

Chick-Fil-A has achieved a goal – set in 2014 – to offer 'no antibiotics chicken' in all 2,400 of its US restaurants.

United States Poultry

NOAH: No-deal Brexit represents potential animal welfare, disease control risk

The disruption of a no-deal Brexit represents a potential risk to controlling disease and animal welfare in the UK, according to the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH).

United Kingdom Policy & Regulation

ASF-stricken China embraces salmon imports

China is becoming a more viable market for the aquaculture industry, as it looks for alternative protein sources in light of African swine fever (ASF).

China Aquaculture

AMR stakeholders urge European Parliament to take action

The European Parliament has received an open letter highlighting the need of a dedicated antimicrobial resistance (AMR) action group from 17 key organizations.

Europe Policy & Regulation
See All

Policy & Regulation

Experts err on the side of caution over forthcoming European regulations

A joint conference hosted by AnimalhealthEurope and Klifovet in Munich gave a detailed overview of the new European regulation on veterinary medicines and the impact it will have on product development and lifecycle management. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey was in attendance to gauge the reaction to the proposed new rules.

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