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ANIMAL HEALTH Bulletin - June 2017Editorial Calender 2017
The trend towards antibiotic reduction - a China perspective (Part I)
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Market Analysis

  • Fewer new products, more competitive pressure in the world animal health market
 
Animal Health & Drug Developments:
  • Alternatives to zinc oxide for more potent piglets
 
Industry Updates:
  • Jeff Simmons remarks to the Presidential Advisory Council on Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

  • Novozymes and Boehringer Ingelheim announce strategic collaboration in probiotics for poultry hatcheries

  • Merck Animal Health completes acquisition of Vallée S.A.

  • Ceva forms joint venture with Chinese vaccine company    

Editorial Lineup for  
Animal Health Bulletin - November 2017
       
    
Focus:
  •  The trend towards antibiotic reduction - a China perspective (Part III)

                                
Market Analysis

  • An analysis of the latest trends in the animal health market
 
Animal Health & Drug Developments:
  • Technical updates of animal health products and technologies  
 
Industry Updates:
  • Recent news of animal health companies and their events and personnel changes     
 
Forum:
  • Q&A between readers and invited guests    
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