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Featured here are the animal health mergers and acquisitions covered by Animal Pharm during 2017.
The animal health industry is an ever-changing sector with a plethora of businesses around the globe. To aid understanding of this complex sector, Animal Pharm has published a report detailing the top 50 animal health companies ranked in order of sales.
Belgian firm Ecuphar and UK business Animalcare will pose a more Brexit-proof entity following their merger, according to investment bank Panmure Gordon.
Two of Europe's smaller animal health companies are set to breach the top 30 industry rankings following their recent coming together.
Dutch feed additive company Royal DSM has strengthened its position in northern Europe by acquiring growing compatriot feed producer Twilmij.
Denmark's leading fish feed producer BioMar has expanded its reach in Latin America by completing its purchase of Ecuador's top shrimp feed firm Alimentsa.
US feed and feed additive specialist Cargill is to increase its production in Thailand after purchasing a dormant feed mill in the central part of the country.
US firm Phibro Animal Health has acquired Argentine company Biotay for an undisclosed fee.
Dutch veterinary generics firm Dopharma has acquired shares in German vaccine specialist Ripac-Labor.
Smaller companies in the animal health space were given cause for optimism after two experts highlighted how the industry's high rate of consolidation has produced leading companies with very similar product portfolios.
US livestock genetics and diagnostics specialist Neogen has expanded its reach in Australasia with the purchase of Australia's leading genomic laboratory.
Leading veterinary products distributor Henry Schein said it will acquire Merritt Veterinary Supplies, an independent family-owned supplier of animal health products.
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