Our Vets: Raising the Next Generation

Published: May 21, 2018
Dr. Carolin Ludwig-Erdmann is a scientist who spends her days looking into new and better ways to improve the well-being and health of dairy ...

Our Vets: From 4-years-old Clint Austin to Today

Published: May 15, 2018
You may be a cat person or a dog person. You could prefer Holsteins over Jersey cattle. You might consider your pet a best friend or a member of the family. Regardless of how we may differ, there is one thing all animal lovers can agree on and that is the great work carried out by ...

"I can improve the lives of so many more animals"

Published: May 11, 2018
After graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in 2008, Hannah Watts worked in small animal practice for 2 years before making the move to industry, as a territory manager. The role saw her flourish before she was identified as talent for the marketing team. She is now brand manager for innovative anti-parasite product Seresto and the anti-infective product range. Hannah still consults as a small animal vet two Saturdays a ...

A Little Independence and Freedom

Published: April 13, 2018
Type I Diabetes is the most common metabolic disease in children and adolescents worldwide. However, Diabetes Alerts Dogs can be the difference between life and death for a person suffering from high blood sugar. Bayer Animal Health supports the dogs and the important work being done at the Swedish Service and Signal Dog Association (SoS) to protect vulnerable ...

The Guardians of the Rhino

Published: April 11, 2018
For several years, Bayer has supported the critically important work of the anti-poaching dog unit in the Kruger National Park in South Africa. Clint Austin, Head of Clinical Development & Regulatory Affairs for Bayer Animal Health Southern Africa, reports back about his latest visit to the ...

Big Data For Small Animals

Published: March 20, 2018
Big Data primarily refers to the processing of large, complex and rapidly changing data volumes. In research, new insights can be gained by linking large amounts of data and statistical evaluations. Prof. Alan Radford is the academic lead of the Small Animal Veterinary Surveillance Network (SAVSNET), an initiative from the University of Liverpool. SAVSNET plays a pioneering role in the analysis of clinical data in real-time in order to identify trends that might indicate outbreaks of infectious disease or an occurrence of new diseases in pet populations in a timely ...

Lessons learned: Evolving from a strong product to a loved brand

Published: March 09, 2018
These are the last days of winter. Days lengthen and the transition from winter to spring is soon upon us.
Before the flowers pop out of the ground and the birds reappear in the sky, I also take a moment to get some spring essentials for Calypso, my ...

Activating Youth Voices in Agriculture

Published: February 16, 2018
What role for the next generation in agriculture? Fresh from the WFO’s Gymnasium, Youth Ag-Summit delegate Cameron Olson shares his belief in the power of youth in shaping farming’s ...

Why Do Animals Need Antibiotics?

Published: January 29, 2018
Dr. Almut Hoffmann shares how the team at Animal Health supports farmers in responsible livestock management – including the use of antibiotics, if ...

Treating Farm Animals with High Esteem

Published: January 17, 2018
Animal well-being is increasingly in focus around the world, often discussed in association with sustainability, productivity and environmental issues. Uwe Mucke, Head of Animal Health Commercial Operations Europe, is passionate about driving continuous advancements in animal well-being and actively seeks to support and engage with farmers in this ...