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Chuck Zimmerman

  • New Economic Impact Study of U.S. Ag Equipment Industry – $82 Billion a Year, 250,000 Jobs. From the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.
  • FMC Corporation Acquires Exclusive Access to Sankyo Agro Fungicide. Under an agreement with Sankyo Agro, FMC has acquired the rights to develop, register, market, and sell both stand-alone and combination products containing simeconazole globally, except for several countries in Asia and the Middle East.
  • New Vaccines Offer L. Hardjo-Bovis Protection. Two new vaccines from Novartis Animal Health US, Inc. help prevent reproductive disease and failure caused by the most common leptospire found in U.S. herds – Lepto hardjo-bovis. ReproSTAR L5 HB and ReproSTAR VL5 HB contain an L. hardjo-bovis isolate that originates from a U.S. herd that was diagnosed with L. hardjo-bovis.
  • W.D. Farr Scholarship Ready for Applicants. Applications are being accepted for the W.D. Farr scholarship program, presented by the National Cattlemen’s Foundation (NCF). A $12,000 graduate scholarship will be awarded to each of two outstanding students pursuing graduate degrees in animal science, environmental science or agriculture. All applications must be postmarked by April 4, 2007.
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