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COMPANY PROFILE

Qilu Animal Health, a member of Qilu Pharma Group, has dedicated in developing and manufacturing animal using medicines, formulated feed additives and vaccines since1958.  

Everyday, our 1,000+ team members work meticulously in GMP plants, supplying all over the world with qualified products,  including APIs, Disinfectants, Feed additives, Injectables, Intramammary Infusions, Oral solutions, Powder / Granule (herbal & Chemical) and Vaccines (Living & Inactivated). 

 

As a manufacturer of know-how, we also offer Contract-Developing & Manufacturing of all series of products. Our strict QA&QC system and professional regulation team provide the critical advantage for customers to choose and be confident of……

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Has dedicated in developing and manufacturing animal using medicines, formulated feed additives 

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PRODUCTS CATEGORIES

Additives

Companion Animals

DisinfectantsFeed 

Farm Animals 

 

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE

Progress reported on PED control in Canada
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The Canada West Swine Health Intelligence Network reports significant progress in the effort to control and potentially eradicate porcine epidemic diarrhoea.
Applying knowledge of the human microbiome to pig health
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A microbiology professor with the University of Guelph says many of the discoveries related to the gut microbiome of humans can be applied to benefit the health of pigs.
New swine fever outbreak pushes Bulgaria to cull another 40,000 pigs
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Bulgarian veterinary authorities announced on Wednesday that they would cull 39,656 pigs after detecting an outbreak of African swine fever at a farm in the northeast.