Jaguar releases results from trial of lead product; Virbac nabs animal-health veteran for U.S. marketing post; Michigan finds avian flu in wild birds;

> Jaguar Animal Health ($JAGX) announced that in a field study conducted in conjunction with Cornell University veterinarians, Neonorm Calf supported weight gain in 200 preweaned dairy calves. Release

> Virbac has named Merck ($MRK) and Novartis ($NVS) veteran Courtney Carney director of marketing for parasiticides, responsible for planning and leading the company's efforts in the U.S. Release

> Michigan officials announced that avian flu has been found in three young Canada geese, making the state the sixth to discover the illness in wild birds. Article

> The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has issued guidelines for the postmarketing surveillance of veterinary drugs, which will go into effect October 1. Article

> Patterson ($PDCO) declared a quarterly dividend of 22 cents per share. Release

> A suspected case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), better known as mad cow disease, was reported in Ireland, and if confirmed, it will be the country's first case of the illness since 2013. Article

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