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Research papers

Future developments in milkreplacer

The future is entirely in the hands of the consumer, whose decision is determined by his living standards and habits, as well as by the image of the various types of meat and the price developments of the individual types of meat. These prices again...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Future Of The Animal Health Care Market
Author: Hans Spieksma
November 24, 1976

Research papers

Developments in preventive veterinary medicine

Preventive veterinary medicine and prophylactic programmes particularly when applied to industrialised animal production operations (meat, eggs and milk) are more efficient in an economic sense than curative veterinary medicine and therapeutic...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Future Of The Animal Health Care Market
Author: James Zander
November 24, 1976

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Measuring animal health markets

For several years now Agridata has supplied in a continuing form (the Animal Health Index) data collected at farm level on the market for non ethical Animal Health products. During this time the nature of the service and the requirements of clients...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Future Of The Animal Health Care Market
Author: John Poulson
November 24, 1976

Research papers

New product registration and introduction

It is not intended in this paper to review all the requirements for registration or licensing of medicines, because they are well documented elsewhere and laid down in directives by government agencies, in different countries. Equally, the purpose is...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Future Of The Animal Health Care Market
Author: Peter D.G. Bowen
November 24, 1976

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The future of intensive animal rearing in The Netherlands

Intensive animal rearing in the Netherlands till now is done with veal calves, with piglets and there is made a beginning with lambs and heifers. In general, there can be said that the scale of intensity of rearing is fixed by the economy. The more...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Future Of The Animal Health Care Market
Author: Sybrand Iwema
November 24, 1976

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Veterinary legislation and new products

For a very long time the introduction of veterinary pharmaceutical specialities has not posed great problems for the manufacturers at least not in the European market. Nevertheless many amongst them have devoted themselves to detailed preliminary...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Future Of The Animal Health Care Market
Author: J. P. Willemart
November 24, 1976

Research papers

Report of group II

It is very obvious that there is no Animal Health Care industry awareness in the European Committee in Brussels. With future legislation in mind, there will be a strong pressure on the industry to go only for the bigger markets and to withdraw minor...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Future Of The Animal Health Care Market
Author: T. van Dijk
November 24, 1976

Research papers

ECC veterinary legislation

The outlines of those veterinary preventive measures which have to he practised in relation to modern industrialised animal production are given, with a special emphasis on the protection of domestic animals against specific pathogenic agents and the...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Future Of The Animal Health Care Market
Author: Hans J. Bendixen
November 24, 1976

Case studies

The market for pig growth promoters in the United Kingdom

Our objective in the pig growth promoter survey was not only to measure existing product usage but also to examine attitudes to the growth promoter/feed additive category in general, and then to establish as clearly as possible farmers' awareness of...

Catalogue: Seminar 1976: The Future Of The Animal Health Care Market
Author: John Landell Mills
November 24, 1976