Nexvet scores tax incentive from Aussie government; Jaguar forms manufacturing pact with Glenmark; Zoetis declares Q4 dividend;

> Nexvet Biopharma ($NVET) announced that it received $3.2 million in cash from the Australian government, as part of the country's Research and Development (R&D) Tax Incentive program. Release

> Jaguar Animal Health ($JAGX) announced it has formed a four-year agreement with Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, which will be the primary manufacturer of crofelemer, the active ingredient in Jaguar's leading drug candidate, Canalevia, to treat diarrhea in dogs. Release

> Zoetis ($ZTS) declared a fourth-quarter dividend of $0.083 per share, payable December 1. Release

> New York-based P&S Market Research released a report estimating that the global animal health industry will maintain a compound annual growth rate of 7% through 2020, growing from $29.5 billion in 2014 to $44.2 billion. Release

> The FDA has issued its final revised Veterinary Feed Directive guidance, along with a list of states that have associated veterinarian-client-patient-relationship requirements. Notice

> GlobalVetLink announced that it has introduced system enhancements to help veterinary clinics comply with the FDA's new Veterinary Feed Directive. Release

> BIO-Europe announced that its 2015 conference in November will include a panel dedicated to animal health for the first time. Release

> Salix Animal Health announced it has recalled one lot of its Good 'n' Fun Beefhide Chicken Sticks because of potential Salmonella contamination. Release

> OC Raw Dog recalled 640 pounds of its Chicken, Fish & Produce Raw Frozen Canine Formulation because of potential Salmonella contamination. Release

> Zoetis has joined with the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges to offer $2,000 scholarships to second- and third-year veterinary students. Release

> A case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy, better known as mad cow disease, was discovered on a farm in Wales, marking the first case of the disease there since 2013. Article

> Western Milling announced that it has recalled 50-pound bags of Western Blend horse feed because one of the ingredients, monensin, can be poisonous at some dosages. Release