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Elanco sets out price of initial public offering

Elanco has revealed the pricing of its initial public offering (IPO) of 62.9 million shares of common stock.

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ViroVet gets government grant for vaccine work in poultry, ruminants

Belgian start-up ViroVet has received a grant from Flanders Innovation & Entrepreneurship (VLAIO) to spur development of its vaccine technology.

Vaccines R&D Poultry

Carus Animal Health aims to fill animal welfare innovation gaps

Formed in 2017, Carus Animal Health is a UK-based business backed by Japan's largest animal health firm Kyoritsu Seiyaku. The new company has a mandate to stimulate innovation. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey met Carus to explore its strategy for addressing unmet needs.

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FDA, Gottlieb outline goals and objectives of new five-year antimicrobial plan

The US FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) released a five-year action plan for supporting antimicrobial stewardship in veterinary settings.

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Merck Animal Health launches vaccine to tackle PRRS
Washington State University breaks ground on new facility for diagnostic lab
Elanco sets out price of initial public offering
Court rejects US government's motion to dismiss GRAS rule challenge
Cargill aqua-tech director underlines challenges for aquaculture industry
Wayne Carter to step down as CEO of BioNexus KC
ViroVet gets government grant for vaccine work in poultry, ruminants
Thermo Fisher launches mastitis detection kit for dairy herds
European Parliament adopts resolution to curb antimicrobial resistance
University to lead new USAID fish innovation lab
Dutch Swine Innovation Centre announces closure
Virbac H1 sales slightly higher than previous estimates
'Wood to food' start-up seeks investment for animal feed
French pig farmers call for collaboration to contain ASF spread
Tropichem builds on North American foundations by expanding Canadian spot-on site
Industry shows support for new FDA antimicrobial plan
Carus Animal Health aims to fill animal welfare innovation gaps
Insect farming start-up launches protein production system
AquaBounty bullish about GE salmon market
FDA, Gottlieb outline goals and objectives of new five-year antimicrobial plan
GeneQuine osteoarthritis therapy secures positive efficacy data
Aratana begins developing AT-019 to build on EP4 base
US start-up seeks field trial partners for oral aqua vaccine
Belgium neighbors 'preparing for the worst' after ASF outbreak
NASDA votes to support USDA to regulate cell-cultured meat
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Analysis of Elanco's future

13 highlights from the Elanco IPO prospectus

Elanco has filed its registration statement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for its upcoming initial public offering (IPO) of common stock. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey picks out the major highlights regarding R&D, growth strategy and the new management team.

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Sharp decline in Dechra share price suggests hard Brexit worries

Shares in Dechra Pharmaceuticals have taken a valuation dive, as the UK company signaled fears over Brexit.

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Washington State University breaks ground on new facility for diagnostic lab

Washington State University's (WSU) College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has broken ground on a new facility for the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (WADDL).

Diagnostics Research

Court rejects US government's motion to dismiss GRAS rule challenge

A federal judge has refused to dismiss a challenge to the US FDA's 2016 Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) rule.

Policy & Regulation FDA

Wayne Carter to step down as CEO of BioNexus KC

Wayne Carter is stepping down from his role at BioNexus KC – formerly known as the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute – after six years at the organization.

People

Thermo Fisher launches mastitis detection kit for dairy herds

Thermo Fisher Scientific has launched the Applied Biosystems VetMAX MastiType Multi qPCR Kit, which can be used to quickly identify mastitis-causing pathogens in dairy herds.

Mastitis R&D

University to lead new USAID fish innovation lab

Mississippi State University (MSU) will lead a new $15 million US Agency for International Development (USAID) initiative to improve aquaculture health.

United States Aquaculture

Dutch Swine Innovation Centre announces closure

Wageningen University's Swine Innovation Centre (SIC) in the Netherlands will officially close on December 31, 2018.

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Rob Kelly: Zoetis can take wider technology approach to a global customer base

In June, Rob Kelly moved from Singapore to Dublin as he stepped into the role of president of international operations for Zoetis. Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey travelled to the company's International headquarters to find out how he will approach his new position.

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US tech start-up teams up with Meat and Livestock Australia on significant cattle health pilot

HerdDogg and Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) are collaborating to take part in the largest real-time cattle health pilot study ever conducted.

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Merck Animal Health launches vaccine to tackle PRRS

Merck Animal Health has launched its PRIME PAC PRRS RR vaccine with the intention to tackle porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) virus in swine.

Merck MSD Animal Health Vaccines

Washington State University breaks ground on new facility for diagnostic lab

Washington State University's (WSU) College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has broken ground on a new facility for the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (WADDL).

Diagnostics Research

Cargill aqua-tech director underlines challenges for aquaculture industry

Cargill Aqua Nutrition has warned of the coming challenges to the aquaculture industry.

Aquaculture Equipment & Technology

Insect farming start-up launches protein production system

Insect farming company Entocycle is launching a production system to develop insect protein as a feed alternative for livestock and aquaculture.

Feed & Additives R&D

DSM, Novozymes launch broiler additive with plan for new species development

Royal DSM and Novozymes have launched a new feed additive that removes bacterial debris with the aim of improving feed efficiency and digestibility in broiler chickens.

Poultry Feed & Additives

Animal Pharm Podcast #13: Anizome sheds light on the burgeoning animal microbiome opportunity

In this latest Animal Pharm podcast, editor Joseph Harvey finds out how addressing the microbiome is changing the way the animal health industry approaches R&D. To understand the potential of microbiome products, he spoke to Oliver Hardcastle – the chief executive of new firm Anizome.

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Indian animal health industry is back to steady growth in 2017

Strong underlying growth in economy, steady politics, an ever-growing consumption landscape and the increasing ease of doing business – animal health companies in India had all the right ingredients for a prosperous year in 2017. This has also spilled into 2018, says Animal Pharm correspondent Dr Sandeep Juneja.

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GeneQuine osteoarthritis therapy secures positive efficacy data

German firm GeneQuine Therapeutics has gained positive efficacy data for the gene therapy approach developed by the firm and Baylor College of Medicine.

R&D Companion Animals

Aratana begins developing AT-019 to build on EP4 base

Aratana Therapeutics is progressing R&D work on a candidate that targets the prostaglandin EP4 receptor.

Aratana Therapeutics R&D

Animal Pharm Podcast #13: Anizome sheds light on the burgeoning animal microbiome opportunity

In this latest Animal Pharm podcast, editor Joseph Harvey finds out how addressing the microbiome is changing the way the animal health industry approaches R&D. To understand the potential of microbiome products, he spoke to Oliver Hardcastle – the chief executive of new firm Anizome.

Feed & Additives Companion Animals

Pirbright patenting PPR vaccine following successful project in India

A team from the UK's Pirbright Institute are filing a patent for a newly-developed peste de petit ruminants (PPR) vaccine, which they used as part of a program in India.

Research Peste des petits ruminants

Bayer takes a closer look at pet allergy sector with NeuroCycle pact

Bayer Animal Health and NeuroCycle Therapeutics (NCT) have signed a global license agreement to bring a companion animal allergy treatment to market.

R&D Bayer Animal Health

Major Japanese bank to promote pet insurance

Tokyo-based Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) is to promote pet health insurance in a new agreement.

Japan Companion Animals

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Court rejects US government's motion to dismiss GRAS rule challenge

A federal judge has refused to dismiss a challenge to the US FDA's 2016 Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) rule.

Policy & Regulation FDA

European Parliament adopts resolution to curb antimicrobial resistance

The growing threat posed by antibiotic-resistant bacteria can only be tackled through a holistic 'One Health' approach, members of European Parliament (MEPs) have said.

EU Antimicrobial resistance

NASDA votes to support USDA to regulate cell-cultured meat

While the FDA and USDA appear to be looking for common ground in the debate over which agency should regulate lab-grown meat, some stakeholders – including the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) – suggest the USDA is better suited for the job.

United States USDA

NOAH Brexit barometer emphasizes concern for animal medicines industry

The third edition of the UK National Office of Animal Health (NOAH) Brexit barometer has highlighted increasing levels of concern in the animal health industry.

United Kingdom Policy & Regulation

Countries endorse multilateral will to eradicate livestock disease

Over 45 countries have restated their commitment to globally eradicating peste des petits ruminants (PPR) by 2030.

Policy & Regulation Peste des petits ruminants

EU animal welfare petition aims to ban cages in farming

An EU-wide mega-petition to ban the use of cages in farming will open on September 11 after the European Commission agreed to register it.

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AnimalhealthEurope: Legislation is a positive step but more could have been done on innovation

AnimalhealthEurope has given a broadly positive response to new legislation that should ensure greater access to animal medicines and cut industry red tape.

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