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Bureau of Land Management Grappling with Wild Horse Population Boom

April 26, 2017

By Peter Hodge, Director of Investor Relations & Market Research Part of Jaguar’s staff contribution series Wild horses have long been a symbol of freedom, survival and the untamable spirit of the American West. Descendants of horses brought to the Americas in the 1500s by Spanish conquistadors, these animals roam public lands in Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana and other western states. Under the authority of…

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Inflammation and Cartilage Turnover in Horses

April 25, 2017

By Meredith K. Kahn, M.S., Sales & Marketing Manager Part of Jaguar’s staff contribution series Horses of varying age can suffer from osteoarthritis. In fact, osteoarthritis is the primary cause of lameness for athletic horses, commonly leading to early retirement. While commonly seen in older horses, the disease likely begins early during skeletal development with the overloading of joints during early training and exercise. In…

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Happy Earth Day!

April 22, 2017

By Steven King, Ph.D. Jaguar Animal Health wishes to celebrate and honor the Earth this Earth Day and every day of the year! We understand that the plants, animals, peoples and ecosystems of our planet are connected and fragile. We thank all of our partners working to conserve and sustainably manage the sources of medicines that come from the tropical forests that are the core…

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Jaguar Launches National Neonorm Foal™ TV Campaign!

April 11, 2017

Jaguar launched a national TV advertising campaign this month for Neonorm™ Foal. One of Jaguar’s lead non-prescription products, Neonorm™ Foal is a natural, clinically-tested, non-drug product designed for use as an anti-diarrheal in newborn horses. Jaguar’s Neonorm™ Foal TV campaign consists of a 30-second commercial airing during evening prime time hours this April on RFD-TV, a 24-hour television network featuring equine programming as well as…

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The Return of the Auroch

April 11, 2017

By Joelle Margolin, Esq., Vice President of HR and Legal Part of Jaguar’s staff contribution series The earliest cows – the Auroch – were mighty beasts that stood almost as tall as elephants, with lean, powerful frames and fearsome horns that would make a hunter think twice. For thousands of years the Aurochs were the largest land mammals and most powerful herbivores in Europe, until the…

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Jaguar Launches Neonorm Calf Radio Campaign!

April 4, 2017

Jaguar launched a radio campaign in key dairy markets for Neonorm™ Calf this month. Click the play button below to listen to the 30-second spot!   One of Jaguar’s lead non-prescription products, Neonorm™ Calf has been formulated and clinically tested to help proactively retain fluid in dairy calves and reduce the severity of diarrhea—aiding calves in avoiding debilitating, dangerous levels of dehydration associated with scours….

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National Horse Protection Day

March 1, 2017

Animals of all kinds throughout the world are exposed to severe mistreatment every day. Horses are a staple of the American image and have transitioned from livestock to companion animals, pets or even members of the family. As such, it is only fitting that we have a holiday dedicated to their welfare and good health. National Horse Protection Day was founded by Animal Behaviorist and…

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Study Supporting Herd-wide Reduction in Incidence and Severity of Diarrhea with Prophylactic Use of Neonorm Calf Published in Journal of Dairy Science

February 22, 2017

Study Conducted in Association with Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and Demonstrates Significant Benefits As announced on February 14, 2017, the publication of a study titled “Prophylactic use of a standardized botanical extract for the prevention of naturally occurring diarrhea in newborn Holstein calves” in the official journal of the American Dairy Science Association, Journal of Dairy Science—a leading peer-reviewed general dairy research journal….

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Jaguar Partners in the Rainforest

December 31, 2016

By Steve R. King, Ph.D. Jaguar Animal Health collaborate with a wide diversity of people, organizations and communities in the rainforest regions of Peru. Here we profile one of our team members who has been working with the long term sustainable management of Croton lechleri, (Sangre de Grado) which produces the red latex from which Neonorm Calf and Neonorm Foal is manufactured. Feliciano Sevillano Velasquez…

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What is the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) Rule and What Does It Mean for Me?

December 31, 2016

Since the 1950’s, the use of medications in feed has served as a convenient and effective method of preventing and treating certain disease conditions in groups of livestock. However, bacteria can become resistant to the antimicrobial drugs used to fight them, and antibiotic use is now considered a public health issue due to growing concerns that low doses of antibiotics in animal feed lead to…

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