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March 21, 2022
The poultry industry is celebrating a significant milestone in 2022: it is 30 years since in ovo vaccination was used commercially for the first time  Zaventem, Belgium – March 21, 2022 – In 1992, the Inovoject® device launched by Embrex® was a major advance in poultry health, ending the devastating impact of Marek’s Disease on poultry flocks in the United States. Since then, the groundbreaking technology has continued to develop and expand to cover other common poultry diseases complementing the continuum of care for poultry in preventing diseases thanks to automated vaccination.   “Embrex® BioDevices® are now used to inject more than 20 billion eggs every year in 30 countries around the world. And we are incredibly proud of the positive impact it has had since it was first used commercially,” said Glenn David, Executive Vice President and Group President, International Operations, Aquaculture, BioDevices and Pet Insurance . “It has grown from a completely new technology ...
January 31, 2022
Zoetis introduced an expanded precision animal health portfolio at NCBA, including Performance Ranch™, new cow-calf management software, and BLOCKYARD™, innovative blockchain technology PARSIPPANY, N.J. and AMES, IOWA – Jan. 31, 2022 – Precision animal health technology brings data insights together to help cattle producers make earlier, more informed decisions to help keep animals healthy and productive. The newest tools from Zoetis – Performance Ranch™ and BLOCKYARD™ – provide cattle producers the information they need at their fingertips, accessible from digital devices anywhere.  Performance Ranch helps cow-calf producers easily capture health and performance data, manage costs, and track herd inventory in real time. The new cow-calf management software joins the Performance Beef platform, expanding the software solutions developed by Performance Livestock Analytics for cattle producers. The easy-to-use software provides users insights to make informed decisions across ...