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Scotland's Moredun Research Institute has received a cash boost to test vaccines for reducing damaging red mites in poultry production using fewer chickens.
European authorities have recommended Zoetis' MiPet Easecto (sarolaner) for marketing authorization.
Northern Irish company Norbrook Laboratories has enhanced and improved the packaging on its range of anthelmintics products.
Virbac has added the treatment and control of adult tapeworm to the label of Sentinel Spectrum (milbemycin oxime, lufenuron, praziquantel) in the US.
US veterinary pharmaceuticals firm Piedmont Animal Health has grown its potential market coverage in Asia by deepening its relationship with Japanese chemicals specialist Sumitomo.
In a busy month of new patent applications, three of the largest companies each fielded three innovative approaches to animal health.
Following a positive opinion by the European Medicines Agency (EMA), a new treatment for honey bees is expected to be launched shortly by French firm Véto-pharma.
The European Medicines Agency's Committee for Medicinal Products for Veterinary Use (CVMP) has recommended Oxybee for marketing authorization.
MSD Animal Health has launched the first systemic treatment for poultry red mite infestations in the EU.
Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health is sponsoring an initiative to get cat owners in Australia to visit veterinarians more regularly for check-ups and treatment where required.
An international research team led by the University of Missouri's College of Veterinary Medicine (MCVM) has been awarded nearly half a million dollars by the USDA to study an infectious blood disease in cattle caused by ticks.
Despite adding 52 new companies since 2006, the growth of the Kansas City Animal Health Corridor (KCAHC) shows no sign of abating.
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