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Norwegian aqua feed specialist Skretting is in the process of consulting employees as it aims to cease production in the UK at the end of April 2019.
Taiwan-based firm Vetnostrum is aiming to diversify its portfolio of veterinary generics in the near future, by moving further into the companion animal sector.
ECO-Pharm is to bring its swine vaccines to the Japanese and Brazilian markets.
Alltech has opened a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant in Pune, India, with a production capacity of 25,000 tons per year – making it the largest organic trace mineral plant in Asia.
Parnell Pharmaceuticals has secured sales growth of 39% during the first nine months of 2018, as its food animal business excelled.
CZ Veterinaria is changing its name to CZ Vaccines – coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the biotech company's founding.
Alltech has strengthened its presence in Asia by opening its inaugural Nepal office in Kathmandu.
Animal Pharm is hosting a webinar focused on the current trends in animal health next week.
Delacon has invested more than €20 million ($22.8 million) in a new Austrian hub focused on further developing the firm's phytogenic feed additives.
In this latest podcast, editor Joseph Harvey and analyst Daniel Willis talk about Animal Pharm's latest Top 50 industry rankings report.
Skretting's Averoy factory in Norway has produced commercial salmon feed with insect meal for the first time.
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