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Teaming up for animal health

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  • VIV Europe, worldwide recognized as the top one platform for the poultry industry and a truly international B2B event for all professionals in the animal protein production industry, will take place at Jaarbeurs Utrecht, the Netherlands, June 20-22. GD Animal Health will be present in Hall 10 stand B009. We are looking forward meeting you. Read more

  • From May 18 – 20 GD Animal Health will be present at China International Animal Husbandry Expo (CAHE), the largest livestock show in Asia. GD Animal Health will be present in the Holland Pavilion (stand 5c01). Read more

  • Wageningen Institute of Animal Sciences will be organizing a symposium and a workshop starting from Tuesday 22 May till Thursday 24 May 2018. The workshop consists of three individual half-day workshop sessions, and each workshop will focus on a different topic. Ynte Schukken, CEO of GD Animal Health and Professor of Management of Farm Animal Health, Quantitative Veterinary Epidemiology at Wageningen University is the local organizer and one of the tutors responsible for the scientific content. Read more

  • Wageningen Institute of Animal Sciences will be organizing a symposium and a workshop starting from Tuesday 22 May till Thursday 24 May 2018. The workshop consists of three individual half-day workshop sessions, and each workshop will focus on a different topic. Ynte Schukken, CEO of GD Animal Health and Professor of Management of Farm Animal Health, Quantitative Veterinary Epidemiology at Wageningen University is the local organizer and one of the tutors responsible for the scientific content. Read more

  • The goal of the PTS is to determine the performance of individual laboratories for specific tests. GD Animal Health has been formally accredited according to the international standard ISO 17043:2010 for the organization of most of the proficiency testing schemes for antibody detection and molecular biology (registration number R016). Read more

  • The goal of the PTS is to determine the performance of individual laboratories for specific tests. GD Animal Health has been formally accredited according to the international standard ISO 17043:2010 for the organization of most of the proficiency testing schemes for antibody detection and molecular biology (registration number R016). Read more

  • The goal of the PTS is to determine the performance of individual laboratories for specific tests. GD Animal Health has been formally accredited according to the international standard ISO 17043:2010 for the organization of most of the proficiency testing schemes for antibody detection and molecular biology (registration number R016). Read more

  • One of the most common disease problems in piglets is diarrhea. In order to be able to choose the right preventative and curative measures on a swine farm, it is important to first know the cause of the diarrhea. That is why last year GD introduced the Piglet Diarrhea PCR panel for suckling piglets. This panel is now also available for weaned piglets. The tests are based on sensitive and specific PCR-tests. Read more

  • We've been working on a revolutionary software tool called Plexus, especially designed for large integrations. Plexus makes it possible to take action to improve animal health. You can benchmark different locations, compare various vaccination strategies and identify the reasons for antibiotic use. Read more

  • We are proud to announce that in 2018 we are going to organize 10 new Proficiency testing schemes (PTS) of which 8 are in a new field, namely bacteriology. Read more

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