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Ghanaian animal health start-up Cowtribe has received $300,000 funding from Draper Richards Kaplan – an American foundation that funds early-stage companies in Africa.
A group of global life science and animal health investors have invested in Stonehaven Incubate, which aims to support the creation of young animal health companies.
The German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture has funded the development of solutions for gender identification in hatching eggs with approximately €5 million ($5.7 million), so male chicks do not have to incubated.
Hendrix Genetics has received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to improve poultry production in Africa.
Evonik Industries' venture capital arm has made another investment in the animal health space, with the German firm funding OPTIfarm.
Mazen Animal Health is preparing to begin its series A round of capital financing to fund development of vaccines for Valley fever and porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV).
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