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Neogen Animal Safety

 •  February 28

Dog owners looking to provide their furry companions with an alternative protein sources will be interested to learn of the benefits that one unconventional option has to offer: crickets. While the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) has yet to define crickets as a viable option for pet food, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration...

Neogen Animal Safety

 •  January 4

It’s no secret, we love our pets. More than three in five Americans have at least one pet in their household. According to a 2015 Harris poll, 95% of pet owners consider their pets to be a member of the family. And the American Pet Products Association estimates that in 2015, Americans spent over $23 billion on pet food for their animal...

Neogen Animal Safety

 •  August 17, 2017

LEXINGTON, Ky., Aug. 17, 2017 — Neogen is excited to announce the launch of DeciMax® Soft Bait, an effective rodenticide bait that combines superior palatability with the flexibility to use in extreme weather conditions. DeciMax Soft Bait uses the active ingredient bromadiolone, a second generation anticoagulant, to effectively control rats and...

Neogen Animal Safety

 •  August 16, 2017

A common concern with grain storage is how to avoid contamination from mycotoxins and other issues. Another danger that some may overlook: grain bin collapses. They don’t happen often, but when they do, consequences can be expensive and at times, deadly. Equipment can be destroyed by the rush of flooding grain, hundreds of thousands of bushels can...

Neogen Animal Safety

 •  March 27, 2017

Neogen’s new line of disinfecting products includes COMPANION Cleaner-Disinfectant, Hand Sanitizer and Disinfectant Wipes. When used in combination, the products can help safeguard the health of animal facility patients, clients and staff by limiting the spread and impact of infectious agents. “A total biosecurity program must examine all methods...

Neogen Animal Safety

 •  December 28, 2016

If it doesn’t come from a cow, can it truly be called milk? That’s the question on the top of some minds this week as 25 members of Congress recently wrote a letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration asking them to investigate and take action against manufacturers of “milk” that doesn’t come from cows. This includes plant-based alternatives...

Neogen Animal Safety

 •  December 10, 2016

According to the National Pork Board, America’s pig farmers will produce a record-breaking number of market hogs this year, resulting in ample supplies of pork hitting grocery stores and restaurants, a trend that will continue well into 2017. “The U.S. economy is growing, and that is good for meat demand,” Len Steiner, a pork industry economist,...

Neogen Animal Safety

 •  December 3, 2016

If there’s one thing we know about consumer preferences it’s that we want it all — food that tastes good while still being good for us, available at a low or reasonable cost, and of course easy to find, prepare and/or eat. For many, a major part of food that is deemed healthy are options formulated without synthetic additives — a demand the food...

Neogen Animal Safety

 •  December 2, 2016

LANSING, Mich., Dec. 1, 2016 — Neogen Corporation (NASDAQ: NEOG) announced today that it has acquired United Kingdom-based Quat-Chem Ltd.— a chemical company specializing in the development, manufacture and sale of agricultural, industrial, and food processing biocidal hygiene products, including cleaners and disinfectants. Quat-Chem Ltd. is a...

Neogen Animal Safety

 •  November 19, 2016

Take away the dirt from an organic farming operation and is it possible for the fruits and veggies grown there still be considered organic? That is exactly the question raised in a recent article and facing the organic farming industry, as hydroponically grown foods, a water-based model of cultivation, want to be sold under the label “certified...