MCWF Greatly Improves Pregnancy Success in Heifer Embryo Transfer Recipients
An abstract being presented at the 2021 IETS Virtual Conference summarizes data from a study showing 45% of Amplimune-treated embryo transfer recipient heifers achieved pregnancy at Day 60 vs. 28% of untreated controls.
Amplimune® Receives Regulatory Approval in New Zealand
NovaVive's immunotherapy for calf scours - Amplimune® - has received approval for sale in New Zealand by Agricultural Compounds and Veterinary Medicines (ACVM). NovaVive has appointed Agilis Vet Ltd as its NZ distributor.
Amplimune® Administered in Calves Prior to Shipment Shows Economic Benefit
Data from a University of Minnesota research study presented by Dr. Luciano Caixeta at the AABP annual conference in St. Louis, MO last week shows an economic benefit to the use of Amplimune in calves prior to shipping.
Amplimune® Administered in Calves Prior to Shipment Demonstrates a Reduced Likelihood of Pneumonia Upon Arrival
Amplimune® given to calves prior to shipment has been shown to reduce the likelihood of pneumonia on arrival. Data from a 1,360-calf study was presented at the 2019 American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting today.
Amplimune® Receives Canadian OMRI Listing for Use in Organic Cattle Production
The Company's regulator-approved immunotherapy for calf scours, Amplimune®, has received an Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) Listing in Canada. This means that Amplimune may be used in organic cattle production.
NovaVive made two presentations at the World Buiatrics Congress in Sapporo, Japan today. Both presentations highlighted efficacy of MCWF in mature dairy cattle. More research is required, but these results are very promising.