Archive: June 2018

Being a Good Human Companion for your Cat

Published: June 29, 2018
Whether you become a cat's companion because they chose you during a leisurely walk, a visit to a shelter when they jumped into your arms, or because you carefully selected a breeder to find the Bengal or Norwegian cat of your dreams, the question is: How can you be sure that you are a good human companion for the ...

Supporting Practical Innovation in Cattle Well-Being

Published: June 18, 2018
Bayer’s Head of Global Marketing Farm Animal Products, Almut Hoffman is encouraging cattle farmers, veterinarians and researchers to apply for our Care4Cattle ...

Just a Small Town Girl

Published: June 15, 2018
During the weekend of June 1-2, more than 8,000 young adults from across the European Union journeyed to Strasbourg, France for the third European Youth Event (EYE), sponsored by the Parliament. Beverley Flatt, an alumnus of the Youth Ag Summit and current member of the communications team for Animal Health at Bayer, took part in the event to discuss the future of ...

From the Hospital to the Hay Fields

Published: June 14, 2018
At Bayer, we believe that taking care of the well-being of animals is the right thing to do and that is goes hand-in-hand with the health of animals. Every day, we witness the remarkable commitment livestock professionals have in ensuring their animals are healthy and well-cared ...

Life on Rocking P Ranch

Published: June 06, 2018
Every day, we witness the remarkable commitment livestock professionals have in ensuring their animals are healthy and well-cared for. Jim and Cyndi Puyear own Rocking P Ranch in Moniteau County, Missouri where they raise Simmental Cattle. They care for the health and well-being of their cattle in a variety of innovative and practical ...

Our Vets: From Aspiring Journalist to Veterinary Specialist

Published: June 04, 2018
Dr. Lea Heuer is a veterinary specialist at Bayer. She grew up near Bielefeld, Germany and studied veterinary science and parasitology at the University of Veterinary medicine in Hannover. Like many veterinarians, she has pets. Lea considers her home to be a miniature zoo with four ...