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Texas Tech awarded USDA-NIFA grant to target cattle infection

A Texas Tech University (TTU) professor has received a $464,338 grant to examine the underlying factors associated with metritis – a bacterial infection that affects dairy cattle.

Research Investments

Specialists highlight the underserved areas of microbiome innovation

The microbiome has become an increasingly important topic in animal health. It is especially pertinent in the search for alternative solutions to antibiotics and a more holistic approach to improving and managing animal health. Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell found out more at the recent Animal AgTech Innovation Summit in Amsterdam. 

Feed & Additives Pharmaceuticals

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

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.

Equipment & Technology R&D

Cultivian Sandbox gives investor perspective on animal agtech innovation

Ahead of the Animal AgTech Innovation Summit in Amsterdam next week, Animal Pharm analyst Sian Lazell caught up with Kevin Zussman, vice president of food and agri-tech investment firm Cultivian Sandbox Ventures, to get his view on the animal health technology space. 

R&D Investments

Fishency gets funding to scale-up sea lice monitoring system

Norwegian start-up Fishency Innovation has bagged NOK3 million ($0.3 million) in funding from LINK Venture Capital.

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