Q&A with Dr. Cathy Knupp, Executive Vice President, and President, Research & Development, and Dr. Mahesh Kumar, Senior Vice President, Global Biologics, at Zoetis
Did you know some of the most common health challenges for dairy cattle producers include reproduction, milk quality, hoof management, and infectious diseases? Today we will focus on how Zoetis helps farmers manage the health of their herds by providing treatments, vaccines and other preventative measures through education, genomic testing and data analysis.
The fifth article in our series about the animals we care for focuses on horses and equine health. At Zoetis, we work with veterinarians, horse owners and other equine professionals to help horses live longer, healthier lives.
At Zoetis, we are committed to providing poultry producers and veterinarians with cost-effective solutions for managing disease, optimizing flock performance and driving sustainable profitability. We work closely with our customers to help them raise healthier birds, using our broad portfolio of vaccines, feed additives, biodevices, diagnostic tools and technical services expertise.
At Zoetis, we understand the importance of establishing strong swine health programs to prevent, treat and control disease in herds. That’s why we work every day to provide a variety of preventative and therapeutic products that contribute to the wellness of pigs and help improve the efficiency and profitability of swine producers’ farms.
Dr. Mahesh Kumar, Vice President, Global Biological Research and Development at Zoetis shares his insights on taking a One Health approach to combating emerging infectious diseases.
New infectious diseases and new subtypes of ever-present diseases are constantly emerging. These diseases can affect animals and people alike. Zoetis is at the forefront of the battle to combat bacteria and viruses threatening animal health.
On August 27, Zoetis obtained a full license from the U.S.
The Zoetis joint venture in Jilin, China announced on August 27 the launch of Rui Lan An™, a specialized vaccine to help control porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS).
On September 2, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) granted Zoetis a conditional license for a vaccine to help fight porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv) in pigs.