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... Zoetis offering research funds for parasitic disease in poultry, other species

Zoetis is offering grants of up to $150,000 to find new approaches for controlling parasites in poultry and other species.

... USDA awards Zoetis latest contract to build stockpile of avian flu vaccines

USDA awarded its latest contract for avian influenza vaccines to Zoetis, a leading developer and marketer of vaccines and other health products for the poultry, livestock and companion animal...

... Editorial – Judicious antibiotic use: How should the poultry industry be judged?

Beginning in January 2017, FDA will require veterinarians to issue a veterinary feed directive, or VFD, for any medically important antibiotics administered through poultry or livestock feed.

... IBD V877 vaccine can break through maternal antibodies

A live infectious bursal disease (IBD) vaccine based on the V877 strain can override maternal antibodies, doesn’t revert to virulence and has limited interactions with other live vaccines.

... Live E. coli, Salmonella vaccines remained effective when used together in challenge study

Administration of a modified-live Escherichia coli vaccine along with a live Salmonella vaccine does not appear to affect the efficacy of either, indicate the results of a recent challenge study.[1]...

... Study shows value of E. coli vaccine in chickens

A live Escherichia coli vaccine provided a high level of protection to chickens challenged with the same E. coli strain as well as cross-protection against a different strain in a recent study...

... Veterinary Feed Directive Q&A

Q&A covers questions submitted during a Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) webinar sponsored by Zoetis.

... Veterinary Feed Directive: Plan for a Successful Transition

Information highlighting the requirements of the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) and how Zoetis is working with the FDA, veterinary associations and the feed industry to help streamline the...

... Antibiotic-free production: Tips for making it work

After following trends in antibiotic-free production over the past several years, Tim Cummings, DVM, has identified a few production practices worth incorporating.

... Newsletter identifies top 5 topics in food and agriculture

GMOs, organic foods, food safety, farm stewardship and antibiotics were the “most highly discussed” food and agriculture topics by the US media and top influencers in the second half of 2015,...

... Pathways to protection: How one vaccine decision can affect options for managing other diseases in broilers

Broiler operations want to provide the best disease protection for the least cost, but deciding which vaccines to use and when can be a daunting task.

... Shift and drift affect broiler vaccination decisions

Few viruses in poultry remain static over long periods of time. Slight genetic shifts or mutations that occur during replication result in a genetic code drift away from the original virus. Over...

... ILT vaccination decisions can be difficult balancing act in broilers

By Lloyd Keck, DVM, ACPV Senior Technical Services Veterinarian Zoetis Inc.

... Three more broiler diseases you can manage with vaccination

There's more to poultry health than Marek's, IBD, ILT and ND. Vaccines also play major roles in curbing these common diseases.

... Fine-tuning rotation plan can improve coccidiosis management

Broiler producers have made important strides in managing coccidiosis but could further improve control and cut losses by rethinking their strategy for anticoccidial rotation, say veterinarians who...

... Reducing false positives pays in ELISA mycoplasma testing

Poultry producers should consider specificity when selecting a Mycoplasma ELISA test to avoid costs associated with false positives.

... Got maxima? New sampling procedure aids detection in broilers

A modified sampling procedure developed by researchers at Zoetis Inc. has dramatically improved the detection of Eimeria maxima infection in broilers.

... Zoetis to expand biodevice solutions for poultry industry with acquisition of hatchery-automation company

Zoetis Inc. announced an agreement to acquire KL Products, Inc. to strengthen automation technology for poultry hatchery operations.

... Broiler chicks show less tendon swelling, weight suppression in reovirus vaccine study

A recent study showed that broiler chicks receiving higher reovirus antibody levels from conventionally vaccinated hens had a lower incidence of tendon swelling and were protected from weight...

... It’s back: Zoamix® adds flexibility to rotation plans

Zoetis Inc. has relaunched Zoamix® (zoalene), a versatile synthetic anticoccidial for the prevention and control of coccidiosis in broilers and turkeys.

... Coccidiosis: Why is it so difficult to manage?

With more than a dozen antimicrobials and a half dozen vaccines available for coccidiosis, why are US poultry producers still having such a difficult time managing this costly disease?

... Sustainability ‘most highly discussed topic’ in poultry industry

Sustainability was the “most highly discussed topic” in the poultry industry during the second half of 2014, according to the current issue of Influence Feed, a newsletter published by Zoetis.

... Consumer trust and poultry: Part 4

How can the poultry industry demonstrate its social responsibility?

... How can the poultry industry demonstrate its social responsibility?

How can the poultry industry demonstrate its social responsibility?

... Consumer trust and poultry: Part 3

How does the industry respond to consumer concerns?

... How does the industry respond to consumer concerns?

How does the industry respond to consumer concerns?

... Consumer trust and poultry: Part 2

What are the toughest food safety issues facing the poultry industry?

... What are the toughest food safety issues facing the poultry industry?

What are the toughest food safety issues facing the poultry industry?

... Facing poultry’s consumer trust challenge

Where does poultry stand with consumers on issues such as antibiotic usage, animal welfare and food safety? What must be done to strengthen trust in poultry and the companies that produce it? Five...

... Facing poultry’s consumer trust challenge

Where does poultry stand with consumers on issues such as antibiotic usage, animal welfare and food safety? What must be done to strengthen trust in poultry and the companies that produce it? Five...

... Life without antibiotics in poultry production

U.S. poultry producers are using fewer and less antibiotics in broiler flocks as public concern over the use of antibiotics in food-producing animals intensifies.

... Zoetis receives full license for Georgia 08 IB vaccine

Zoetis Inc. has obtained a full license from the USDA to sell Poulvac® Bron GA 08, the first commercially available vaccine to reduce disease caused by Georgia 2008 (GA 08) Type infectious...


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