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Ceva’s QTest validated as an effective and practical way to diagnose Q fever in dairy herds worldwide >
This tool offers a breakthrough innovation to farmers and veterinarians, by making the diagnosis easier.
Ceva commits to helping improve preventative health strategies for Vietnam’s rapidly growing livestock sector >
Hanoi, Vietnam, 16 January 2020 - Ceva Santé Animale signed several agreements with the Vietnam Department of Animal Health (DAH) to accelerate the implementation of preventive health strategies, incl...
Wageningen Bioveterinary Research and Ceva form strategic alliance to counter global threat of emerging and re-emerging diseases >
6 June 2018 - Wageningen Bioveterinary Research (WBVR) and Ceva Santé Animale (Ceva) announced a new collaboration to develop veterinary vaccines for the control of (re)emerging infectious animal dise...
Ceva Phylaxia inaugurates state of the art vaccine plant to support “Innovation with Impact” growth plan >
7,8 billion forint (€ 25m) investment will significantly increase production at its Budapest Campus
Half of all infectious diseases and 3/4 of newly emerging diseases that affect people are zoonotic - transmitted to people from animals. Ceva is working with partners throughout the world to reduce th...
The 2nd reprodAction Cattle Symposium gathered 300 cattle reproduction specialists in Nice to improve the current reproductive management.
Reproductive Management in Action
Ceva concludes long term agreement with Jinyu Baoling to produce brucellosis vaccines in China
Challenges in cattle reproduction was the focus of a workshop organized by Ceva Santé Animale as part of the European Buiatrics Forum which took place in November in the French city of Marseilles.
Pain in dogs and cats may be due to trauma or surgery (acute pain) but also to osteoarthritis (chronic pain). In both cases, pet parents are very sensitive to their animal’s pain (strong and are expec...