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Atradius and Kemiex have launched the first ever digital trading platform for the human pharmaceutical, veterinary medicine, food and feed industries.
Evonik Industries has purchased a precision livestock farming spin-off from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in Belgium.
Singapore-based Credo Biomedical is seeking global partners to take its point-of-care (POC) molecular diagnostics for companion animals to a wider sales base.
Amsterdam-based artificial intelligence specialist Connecterra has now imbedded its Ida system for dairy farms in 17 countries worldwide.
Evonik Industries' venture capital arm has made another investment in the animal health space, with the German firm funding OPTIfarm.
Several key trends have aligned to make the animal health and welfare sector a truly attractive prospect, according to venture capital investor Anterra Capital.
US pet health software developer BabelBark has established an advisory council with the goal of "creating better health outcomes for pets".
Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) has made an undisclosed amount of investment in SomaDetect – a start-up developing real-time analytical technology for dairy cattle.
Tokyo-based Mitsui will commence salmon production on land using artificial marine water with a purge system in Chiba prefecture.
Technology will be a key driver in the growth of the global pet insurance market over the next five years, according to technology specialist Aquarium Software.
AgLogica (AGL) has sold its Vetrax cloud platform, canine wearable technology and related assets to Hill's Pet Nutrition.
Hendrix Genetics is exploring new technologies beyond the animal breeding and genetics sectors.
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