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12 February 2008
View news from United States Schering-Plough Launch Pour-On Insecticide
US - Schering-Plough Animal Health Corporation today announced the release of ULTRA SABER, a new pour-on insecticide that controls horn flies on beef cattle and calves. ULTRA SABER is a new type of pour-on insecticide that contains 1 percent lambdacyhalothrin...
16 January 2008
View news from Netherlands Intervet Has Developed Bluetongue Vaccine
THE NETHERLANDS – Animal health company Intervet International bv, part of Schering-Plough Corporation, has developed a vaccine against Bluetongue serotype 8, for sheep and cattle. The vaccine has been taken into production now. Intervet is aiming to...
View news from Netherlands Intervet Has Developed Bluetongue Vaccine
THE NETHERLANDS – Animal health company Intervet International bv, part of Schering-Plough Corporation, has developed a vaccine against Bluetongue serotype 8, for sheep and cattle. The vaccine has been taken into production now. Intervet is aiming to...
20 December 2007
View news from United Kingdom Defra Orders a Batch of Bluetongue Vaccine
UK - The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has today announced that it is placing a firm order with pharmaceutical company Intervet to supply 22.5 million doses of Bluetongue vaccine. ...
21 November 2007
View news from United States Schering-Plough Completes Acquisition of Organon BioSciences
KENILWORTH - Combination Expands Human Health Business, Creates a Global Leader in Animal Health and Strengthens Product Pipeline, Adding Five Phase III Projects...
23 October 2007
View news from United States Third Quarter Results Confirm SPs Solid Position
NEW JERSEY - The finances of world-leading pharmaceutical giant Schering-Plough are very much in order. The company has recorded its 12th consecutive quarter of double-digit adjusted sales growth putting it in prime position for the integration of the...
22 October 2007
View news from European Union Euro approval for the World's largest animal health business
EUROPE - Schering-Plough Corporation has received European Commission approval for its planned acquisition of Organon BioSciences, from Akzo Nobel. ...
03 April 2007
View news from United Kingdom Leptospirosis Presence Established In 70% Of UK Herds
UK - Around 70% of unvaccinated UK herds continue to show evidence of leptospirosis infection, according to 2006 test results released by the Bovine Leptospirosis Information & Screening Service (BLiSS) ...
13 March 2007
View news from Netherlands Intervet bought by Schering-Plough
NETHERLANDS - American based company Schering-Plough has announced it is to acquire the Dutch veterinary company Intervet as part of its buy out of Organon BioSciences, the pharmaceutical division of chemical company Akzo Nobel....
14 December 2006
View news from United States Schering-Plough Cattle Business Expands
US - Schering-Plough Animal Health announced this week it is expanding its U.S. cattle operation with the creation of separate business units for beef and dairy, each with dedicated and specialized field forces, support and management teams. The new management...
01 August 2006
View news from United States Global Animal Management Named First Interim Animal Tracking Database Provider for NAIS
NEW JERSEY, US - Global Animal Management, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Schering-Plough Animal Health, announced today the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has named the company as an interim animal...
08 February 2005
View news from United States Schering-Plough Animal Health Corporation Introduces New Neonatal Calf Diarrhea Vaccine
NEW JERSEY, US - Contemporary viruses and subunit E. coli are distinguishing features....
19 October 2004
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