Visit us this year in Berlin at our booth!
On 13 November 2018, EuroTier will once again open its gates. Come to the world’s leading trade fair and get a fresh update on the latest innovations in cattle, pig and poultry farming.
We will also be on site again and would like to welcome you at the IDT booth A29 in hall 2!
"What you always wanted to ask about Shigatoxin" - ask it NOW!
Take this opportunity to put your question to the experts from the IDT Research and Development Departnment and to the experts from IDT's Scientific Global Technical Service.
CEPI (the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations) today announced a collaboration with IDT Biologika under which IDT will receive up to USD$36 million to advance the development and manufacture of a vaccine against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV), a zoonotic disease that is spread to humans from dromedary camels.
For the first time IDT Animal Health presented itself as a bronze sponsor with its own stand at this year's meeting of the International Pig Veterinary Society (IPVS), which took place in Chongqing, China, at the beginning of June.
The IDT Animal Health develops, produces and markets high-quality animal vaccines and pharmaceuticals to be used in veterinary practice, with a particular focus on livestock, especially swine. However, vaccines are also produced for cattle, rabbits, pigeons and poultry. For companion animals, IDT Animal Health offers innovative pharmaceuticals and supports animal health with dietary supplements for horses, dogs and cats. Moreover, IDT Animal Health offers solutions for stock problems for which there are no commercial vaccines available as yet. The vaccines of the BESTVAC brand are manufactured in the outstanding quality they are known for. IDT Animal Health operates its own modern research facility for the development of innovative animal vaccines.
The rabies vaccine - a milestone in the company's history
With its rabies vaccines for the oral immunisation of foxes, IDT Animal Health has been crucial to the successful eradication of rabies in Germany as well as in other European countries and beyond. Therefore, IDT Animal Health is a respected partner for the research and control of wild and domestic animal rabies worldwide.