Syva is now an official member of AnimalhealthEurope!

AnimalhealthEurope is the association that representsanimal medicine manufacturers , vaccines and other animal health products in Europe.

This is a non-profit institution that represents both corporate members and national animal health associations in Europe.

Members of AnimalhealthEurope cover 90% of the European animal health products market.

The association aims to highlight the importance of pet and livestock animal health and to demonstrate the reliability and value of our solutions for society. By guaranteeing the immediate availability of animal health products all over Europe, we can help to optimize health management, whilst also contributing to the sustainability of food production. We also keep the pets that share our homes disease-free.

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News of the vaccination campaign in the Netherlands using Syva’s BTV3 vaccine!

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