A new world a new approach
Volume 5 Issue 2

A New World – A New Approach?

In the farming industry, as we gear up for change and very likely a different world to the one we are in today, many potential …

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How collaboration drives innovation
Volume 5 Issue 2

How Collaboration Drives Innovation and Quality in Animal Health Product Development

The binary relationship between client and contract organisations is crucial in the development of cuttingedge animal health products and technologies. True collaboration, from inception to …

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Brexit and the animal health sector
Volume 5 Issue 2

Brexit and the Animal Health Sector – Two Years on from the UK EU Referendum

The UK’s decision to exit from the EU, now two yearsago, was not anticipated by the UK animal medicines industry, which for many years has …

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Improving the regulatory and trade environment
Volume 5 Issue 2

Improving the Regulatory and Trade Environment for US Animal Feed Manufacturers is Crucial for Supporting Affordable, Abundant Food Options Globally

Just as humans need a balanced diet to stay healthy, animals need the right nutrition throughout all stages of their lives to continue producing healthy, …

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M2+C=The essential ellements for startup
Volume 5 Issue 2

M2 + C = The Essential Elements for Startup Success

The life sciences encompass a broad range of activities that include human and animal health but there are large  differences between investments in human health …

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For dogs time alone may mean depression
Volume 5 Issue 2

For Dogs, Time Alone May Mean Depression. Daycare is a Healing Option

Dogs can suffer from a dog version of depression when they have been left alone at home. As not everybody can afford to stay at …

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Comparative medicine similarities between domestic
Volume 5 Issue 2

Comparative Medicine: Similarities Between Domestic Animals and Humans – Do these Help in Translational Medicine?

Although appearances can be deceptive, there are considerable biological similarities between humans and animals. At the physiological and anatomical level, the similarities are remarkable. Animals …

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Organic trace minerals
Volume 5 Issue 2

Organic Trace Minerals: Optimised Stability Enhances Bioavailability

Organic trace minerals (OTMs) are recognised globally as being a more bioavailable source of mineral than their inorganic counterparts. Whilst there are many forms of …

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Rabies still a disease to be feared
Volume 5 Issue 2

Rabies – Still A Disease to be Feared – but Vaccination is Winning the Battle in Many Areas of the Globe

Rabies is a deadly disease, normally spread to humans from infected animals through a bite, scratch, or even a lick on broken skin. Without prompt …

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Effect of amino acid and peptide complex AB070597
Volume 5 Issue 2

Effect of amino acid and peptide complex AB070597 on renal function in dogs with chronic kidney disease

The management of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in dogs remains a challenge to veterinary professionals and exerts financial burdens on their owners. Expanded knowledge and …

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