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University highlights worst-case ASF scenario for US

Research has suggested a potential outbreak of African swine fever (ASF) could have a $50 billion impact on the US swine industry across 10 years.

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Meat industry on knife-edge as COVID-19 disruption deepens

Global meat markets are being pulled in different directions as COVID-19 triggers a transformation in the way people buy food.

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MBF Therapeutics assembles ASF project to develop vaccine in 2-3 years

Man's Best Friend Therapeutics (MBFT) is entering the race to develop a vaccine against African swine fever (ASF).

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PitPat uses dog know-how to stand out in crowded activity monitor space

UK firm PitPat believes its dedication to dog-specific technology has helped it excel where many young companies have failed.

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Animal health share prices begin gradual recovery during COVID-19 crisis

Animal health share prices impacted during the COVID-19 crisis have begun to see a partial recovery.

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Elanco pledges $700,000 to aid food security during COVID-19 crisis

Elanco has donated over $700,000 to "help fight rising food insecurity challenges due to the novel coronavirus outbreak".

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COVID-19: Animal health companies react to unfamiliar and tough circumstances

Many animal health businesses around the world are complying with local government recommendations for social distancing with flexible work arrangements.

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Agribusiness COVID-19 podcast #9

Stay abreast of the latest COVID-19-related developments in the global agriculture and food markets influenced by listening to this daily IHS Markit Agribusiness podcast.

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World food prices have fallen amid COVID-19 disruptions

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven down the prices for food around the world, according to the FAO.

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Kane benefits from Dechra relationship as 2019 closes with strong Q4 growth

Kane Biotech reported a 259% upturn in revenues during the fourth quarter of 2019.

Financial Results

ImmuCell continues to weather backlog problems in Q1, anticipates COVID-19 impact

US dairy health specialist ImmuCell has recorded double-digit growth in the first quarter of 2020.

Financial Results

Harbin finds cats 'highly susceptible' to SARS-CoV-2, still no evidence of risk to humans

Research by China's Harbin Veterinary Research Institute has determined cats and ferrets are highly susceptible to the virus behind the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Europe focuses on aid for cattle producers, as lawmakers urge more action in US

The European Commission has proposed a €100 billion ($108 billion) loan package to keep people employed and businesses running during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Kristin Peck: New Zoetis leader keen to write next chapter of company's story

During the recent Animal Health Investment Europe forum in London, Animal Pharm editor Joseph Harvey met the new Zoetis chief executive for the first time. Kristin Peck spoke about her plans for 2020 and the way she hopes to take the industry-leading company forward.

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PitPat uses dog know-how to stand out in crowded activity monitor space

UK firm PitPat believes its dedication to dog-specific technology has helped it excel where many young companies have failed.

Equipment & Technology Canine

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Agribusiness COVID-19 podcast #9

Stay abreast of the latest COVID-19-related developments in the global agriculture and food markets influenced by listening to this daily IHS Markit Agribusiness podcast.

Coronavirus

World food prices have fallen amid COVID-19 disruptions

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven down the prices for food around the world, according to the FAO.

Markets Food Animals

Kane benefits from Dechra relationship as 2019 closes with strong Q4 growth

Kane Biotech reported a 259% upturn in revenues during the fourth quarter of 2019.

Financial Results

ImmuCell continues to weather backlog problems in Q1, anticipates COVID-19 impact

US dairy health specialist ImmuCell has recorded double-digit growth in the first quarter of 2020.

Financial Results

Harbin finds cats 'highly susceptible' to SARS-CoV-2, still no evidence of risk to humans

Research by China's Harbin Veterinary Research Institute has determined cats and ferrets are highly susceptible to the virus behind the COVID-19 outbreak.

Research Feline

Europe focuses on aid for cattle producers, as lawmakers urge more action in US

The European Commission has proposed a €100 billion ($108 billion) loan package to keep people employed and businesses running during the COVID-19 crisis.

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William Blair: Animal health companies could face 10-15% sales cut during COVID-19

US investment bank William Blair expects the companion animal health market to take a hit while COVID-19 restrictions are in place.

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Agribusiness COVID-19 podcast #9

Stay abreast of the latest COVID-19-related developments in the global agriculture and food markets influenced by listening to this daily IHS Markit Agribusiness podcast.

Coronavirus

World food prices have fallen amid COVID-19 disruptions

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven down the prices for food around the world, according to the FAO.

Markets Food Animals

Kane benefits from Dechra relationship as 2019 closes with strong Q4 growth

Kane Biotech reported a 259% upturn in revenues during the fourth quarter of 2019.

Financial Results

ImmuCell continues to weather backlog problems in Q1, anticipates COVID-19 impact

US dairy health specialist ImmuCell has recorded double-digit growth in the first quarter of 2020.

Financial Results

Harbin finds cats 'highly susceptible' to SARS-CoV-2, still no evidence of risk to humans

Research by China's Harbin Veterinary Research Institute has determined cats and ferrets are highly susceptible to the virus behind the COVID-19 outbreak.

Research Feline

Europe focuses on aid for cattle producers, as lawmakers urge more action in US

The European Commission has proposed a €100 billion ($108 billion) loan package to keep people employed and businesses running during the COVID-19 crisis.

Europe United States

Latest From

Agribusiness COVID-19 podcast #9

Stay abreast of the latest COVID-19-related developments in the global agriculture and food markets influenced by listening to this daily IHS Markit Agribusiness podcast.

Coronavirus

World food prices have fallen amid COVID-19 disruptions

The COVID-19 pandemic has driven down the prices for food around the world, according to the FAO.

Markets Food Animals

Kane benefits from Dechra relationship as 2019 closes with strong Q4 growth

Kane Biotech reported a 259% upturn in revenues during the fourth quarter of 2019.

Financial Results

ImmuCell continues to weather backlog problems in Q1, anticipates COVID-19 impact

US dairy health specialist ImmuCell has recorded double-digit growth in the first quarter of 2020.

Financial Results

Harbin finds cats 'highly susceptible' to SARS-CoV-2, still no evidence of risk to humans

Research by China's Harbin Veterinary Research Institute has determined cats and ferrets are highly susceptible to the virus behind the COVID-19 outbreak.

Research Feline

Europe focuses on aid for cattle producers, as lawmakers urge more action in US

The European Commission has proposed a €100 billion ($108 billion) loan package to keep people employed and businesses running during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Policy & Regulation

Europe acknowledges vet meds as 'essential goods'

The European Commission has listed veterinary medicines as 'essential goods' in its guidelines for the transport of goods.

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