New company provides natural antibiotic reduction solutions for US Food Animal Producers
BV Science Inc. has been formed by Vetanco S.A. located in Argentina and Dr. Bata Limited located in Hungary.
Natural products designed as alternatives to antibiotics to address universal health problems in food animal production have been selected from each company to form the BV Science product line for North America. Natural plant extracts, yeast products and exciting new approaches to the immune response are all facets of these unique products, according to Dave Zacek, CEO of the new venture.
“These popular, research-based products are currently used in South America, Central America and Mexico as well as Europe and Asia. We look forward to making them available in the US,” says Zacek.
BV Science will showcase its product line in the Vetanco Booth 3211 in C Hall during the 2018 IPPE Expo at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.
“Vetanco S.A. has been growing in Latin America and other markets for more than 30 years through research-based products. We are excited to introduce our most popular antibiotic reduction natural solutions to US poultry, swine and cattle producers” says Vetanco S.A. President & BV Science board member, Jorge Winokur. “And, we are pleased to have the leadership of Dave Zacek at the corporate level. Important organizational and strategic changes have already been instituted in our companies under his guidance.”
“Dr. Bata Limited specializes in developing unique plant sources and extraction techniques. We enjoy strong success in Asia, Latin America and Europe and are happy to make our products available in the US” says Dr. Bata Limited Founder and President and BV Science board member Dr. Arpad Bata. “We are particularly proud of our natural broad-spectrum mycotoxin elimination product called Detoxa Plus”.
In 2017, BV Science Inc. was formed by Vetanco S.A. located in Argentina and Dr. Bata Limited, located in Hungary to provide natural products as alternatives to antibiotics to address universal health problems in food animal production for North America. For more information, email at firstname.lastname@example.org.