The joint veterinary product assessment process in the US and Canada has been extended into a second stage of development.The initiative was established in February 2011 with the aim of making it easier for American and Canadian firms to do business on both si...

Aivlosin uptake helps ECO record 22% full-year sales increase

UK firm ECO Animal Health reported a strong fiscal 2015 after its Aivlosin (tylvalosin) antimicrobial drove growth, particularly in North America.Total sales for the year ended March 31, 2015, increased by 22% ...

How does Africa improve animal health return-on-investment?

Regulatory convergence is the key for luring animal health manufacturers – and improved veterinary medicines – to Africa. This was the takeaway message from the recent 4 Global Animal Health Conference organize...

German veterinary drug market reaches five-year growth high

The German market for veterinary drugs grew by 4.2% last year, its highest increase since 2009, as the sector adjusts to weakening antibiotics sales.The sector is valued at €771 million ($862 million), accordin...

Bird flu shakes up China's top 10 company rankings

Outbreaks of H7N9 were toxic for two of China's largest animal pharmaceutical firms' sales last year. Otherwise, most top Chinese firms can reflect on a successful 2014, as illustrated by a table of the country...

Medical sale reinforces Patterson animal health commitment

US distributor Patterson Companies is to increase its focus on the animal health sector by selling its medical business.The company has agreed to sell Patterson Medical to Madison Dearborn Partners, a private e...

Canadian venture pursuing two potential 'blockbusters'

Canadian company Avivagen claims it is developing not one, but two potentially disruptive technologies – a natural product designed as a replacement for the use of antibiotics in livestock feeds, as well as a d...

Bayer gains US canine heartworm authorization

Bayer HealthCare Animal Health has received US approval for a topical canine heartworm disease solution.Coraxis (Moxidectin) is indicated for the prev...

Ackman sells $74m in Zoetis shares

US hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management has sold 1,540,713 shares of its stock in Zoetis.According to a US Securities and Exchange Commission...

Indian firm Alivira to become SeQuent unit

Indian firm Alivira Animal Health is to become a fully-owned part of SeQuent Scientific – one of its original founders.Alivira became operational in 2...

Suneris launches blood-clotting wound gel to vets

US biotechnology company Suneris will begin shipping its VETIGEL blood-clotting wound treatment to veterinary clinics across the US and UK later this ...

Boehringer sells Iowa property to Argenta

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica (BIVI) has sold a property in Fort Dodge, Iowa, to New Zealand animal health research and manufacturing firm Argenta.Th...

Majority of bioterrorism pathogens from animals

Around 80% of pathogens that could be used for bioterrorism are of animal origin, according to the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).The Pari...

Nutriad expands Asian aquaculture team

Belgian feed additives manufacturer Nutriad has expanded its Southeast Asia aquaculture team.Hoogveld-headquartered Nutriad said Ho Gim Chong has been...

Jaguar canine diarrhea drug due in 2016

Jaguar Animal Health expects to launch its Canalevia diarrhea treatment for dogs in early 2016.The Californian firm is currently pursuing a minor use,...

NZ to investigate leptospirosis vaccine

New Zealand's Massey University has been awarded NZ$480,000 ($325,000) to investigate whether the vaccination of dairy cattle against the bacterial di...

Manufacturing Manager - APAC

Our client, a leading global organisation in the production, marketing and sales of Animal Health products is looking for an experienced Manufacturing Manager to join the...

How to cut study delays... Revisited

As I sat down to compose my next article for Animal Pharm, I decided to reread some of my past articles for inspiration. I suddenly realized that I have been writing thes...

Animal Pharm Company Index

Animal Pharm has introduced a searchable index of firms active in the animal health industry.The Animal Pharm Company Index provides an alphabetical database of businesses, so subscribers can browse p...

VaxLiant gains approval for poultry adjuvants

Nebraska firm VaxLiant has gained US safety approval for three of its ENABL vaccine adjuvants.These are the first poultry adjuvants the company has received approval for from the US Department of Agri...

France investigates GM sheep in food chain

A French research institution has admitted a genetically modified (GM) sheep it  crossed with a jellyfish entered the food chain in 2014.The French Public Prosecutor's Office is to investigate the cas...

AAD elects sales agent for north eastern US

Advanced Animal Diagnostics (AAD) has appointed Christine Krawczyk as its sales representative for the north eastern US. Ms Krawczyk will be responsible for increasing sales of AAD's rapid on-farm dia...

Research backs climate and mycotoxins link

The environment in which crops will be grown in the next 10-20 years is expected to change markedly with atmospheric CO2 concentrations expected to double or triple. Due to this increase and that of o...

Aratana secures more positive small molecule data

US pet drug developer Aratana Therapeutics has achieved positive results from a pivotal field effectiveness study of an appetite stimulant in dogs.The company anticipates US commercialization of its d...

Animal Pharm report covers veterinary diagnostics market

Diagnostics are a key technology in the global animal health toolkit and are the focus of a new Animal Pharm report.Test kits are used for the detection of causative organisms (pathogens/antigens), ba...

Gates Foundation ranks unmet animal disease needs in Africa

The most economically-damaging threats to food animals in Africa are Newcastle disease, gastrointestinal endoparasites and ectoparasites.Roland Klober, senior program officer at The Bill and Melinda G...

Belgium missing targets on antibiotic use in livestock

After two years of decline, antibiotic usage in animals rose in Belgium during 2014 despite the launch of an ambitious reduction strategy.Researchers believe the reduction strategy will now need to be...

Assisi claims pain device is start of diverse animal health company

In 2013, Assisi Animal Health was formed following the acquisition of a medical device business with a non-pharmaceutical, non-invasive treatment for inflammation and pain in animals. Now, the firm is...

Animal Health Calendar 2015

Animal Pharm's latest calendar of worldwide animal health conferences, congresses, summits and meetings during 2015.

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