The Danish Agriculture & Food Council is a trade association representing agriculture, the food and agro industries. With annual exports in excess of DKK 166 billion and with 186.000 employees, we represent one of Denmark's most important business sectors. Through innovation and promotion of the industry's contribution to society, we work to ensure a strong position for our members in Denmark as well as in international markets.
One Health, One Welfare, One Ceva
For more than a decade, Ceva has proudly promoted the benefits of One Health and Welfare, recognizing that the health of people, animals and our planet are totally
Our ‘Together beyond animal health’ first launched in 2010 set Ceva on course to become a One Health business based on the sound principles of preventaive health. This was the year that we also created our first animal welfare awards in the UK, an initiative that we later extended to a global level through our partnership with the World Veterinary Association. In that period our business has moved from just over 25% vaccines to close to 50% today and we are now one of the proud frontrunners of swine vaccination in Europe. Innovation remains a high priority but not just in our products but in the social impact we can help create.
For example, as we enter a new decade, the 20's, we see much more emphasis being placed on the value of animal agrobiodiversity. A recent FAO report estimated that the world's animal protein production relies on just 40 species, a very narrow base given the rapid emergence of new diseases as our climate warms and which we all help to spread with increased travel. Over the last 8 years we have supported pioneering work with partners in France that has literally saved several species from extinction, including the iconic “Bordelaise cow” from our home cregion.
Frontiers in Veterinary Science is a global, peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that bridges animal and human health, brings a comparative approach to medical and surgical challenges, and advances innovative biotechnology and therapy. With an Impact Factor of 2.029, it is ranked 18th out of 141 journals in the field.
Veterinary research today is interdisciplinary, collaborative, and socially relevant, transforming how we understand and investigate animal health and disease. Fundamental research in emerging infectious diseases, predictive genomics, stem cell therapy, and translational modelling is grounded within the integrative social context of public and environmental health, wildlife conservation, novel biomarkers, societal well-being, and cutting-edge clinical practice and specialization.
The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) is an executive agency of the UK Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and also works on behalf of the Welsh Government and the Scottish Government. Our headquarters is located at APHA Weybridge near London in Surrey, UK with additional regional laboratories, offices and border inspections points across the UK, employing around 2,200 staff.
Our mission is to protect animal and plant health for the benefit of people, the environment and the economy.
APHA has a long standing reputation as a world leading centre of veterinary science expertise, acknowledged by our status as a National and International Reference Laboratory for a wide range of infectious and non-infectious diseases in animals.
The agency also provides veterinary and scientific consultancy to countries throughout the world offering:
- confirmatory testing
- technical training and expert consultancy
- development and standardisation of diagnostic methods to ensure they are fit for purpose to detect new and emerging pests and pathogens in plants and animals
Since 2014, our responsibilities also cover plant and bee health, invasive species threats, monitoring for genetically modified products plus a range of other animal health and welfare related work. This has broadened our activities, but our overall focus remains the same with the majority of our scientific activity directed towards protecting the nation, its animals, crops and environment against the threat and impact of a wide variety of pests, diseases, invasive non-native species and other animal and plant related threats.
We aspire to create the future of animal well-being through preventive care.
The Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health business is a global leader in the animal health industry and part of family-owned Boehringer Ingelheim, founded in 1885.
Our work is guided by a passionate belief in a future in which no animal suffers from a preventable disease. We discover, develop and manufacture vaccines, parasiticides and therapeutics, complemented by diagnostics & monitoring platforms. We strive to go beyond medicine to better predict, detect and prevent animal diseases before they arise.
DIATHEVA is an Italian biotechnology company specialized in R&D and manufacturing of innovative diagnostics solutions and development of novel biologic therapeutics in oncology and infectious diseases areas.Our product portfolio currently comprises kits based on molecular and ELISA technologies for veterinary and clinical diagnostics, for the study of antimicrobial resistance, for food and water testing.
INDICAL (formerly QIAGEN Animal Health) is a leading solution provider for diagnostic workflows, the protocols for their use, and the support that empowers our customers every day.
For decades we have been passionately serving and working closely with private and state diagnostic laboratories to drive innovation that raises standards – ensuring you can produce reliable results today, and have certainty for the future.
Today, INDICAL is an independent company with renewed focus and ambition to pursue our mission with even greater impact.
For over 20 years, Tetracore has been at the forefront of diagnostics innovation. Our mission is to create and develop highly innovative diagnostic reagents, assays, and instruments for the detection of infectious diseases. We strive to provide best-in-class solutions and actionable results to our partners in domestic preparedness, forensic biology, human health, and animal health.
World leader in animal health. At Zoetis, we discover, develop, manufacture and market veterinary medicines, vaccines and diagnostics, complemented by genetic tests, biodevices and a range of services. We work to help meet the growing worldwide demand for meat, poultry, fish, eggs and dairy foods and to care for the increasing number of pets. With our singular focus on animal health, we strive to make our products, services and people the most valued by veterinarians and livestock farmers around the world.
DNA Diagnostic produces fast, accurate, and cost effective qPCR test for animal disease, ParaTB, Salmonella4 Cow, Pneumo4, Enterit4Calves, Enterit4Swine, milk, Mastit4, Salmonella4milk, bedding, environmental, Salmonella4powder.
EpiX is a leading firm specialized in probabilistic modeling and analytics, supporting private and public organizations worldwide to make high-quality decisions under uncertainty.
Livestock and poultry producers, laboratories, veterinarians and dairy processors depend on IDEXX diagnostic technologies to make confident decisions about disease management, reproductive efficiency and milk quality and safety.
SAFOSO is a Swiss private company conducting risk-assessments and epidemiological studies and providing consultancy and capacity-building services in animal health and food safety.