Tristar recalls horse ulcer drug in response to FDA warning; Allflex picks up fellow animal-ID firm SCR for $250M;

> Tristar Equine Marketing recalled all lots of its ulcer treatment for horses, Gastrotec, in response to an FDA warning that the product has not been approved for marketing in the U.S. Release

> New Zealand-based animal ID maker Allflex is acquiring Israel's SCR, which makes technology for monitoring cattle herds, for $250 million. Article

> The USDA has confirmed that two strains of the highly pathogenic H5 avian influenza virus have been found in birds in Washington state, but the agency adds that the virus has not affected commercial poultry and there is no public health threat. Release

> The U.S. military has approved AllAccem's Sanos gingival dental sealant for use in all military working dogs and pets owned by Department of Defense personnel. Release

> Menomonie, WI-based animal supplements maker Vets Plus named David Sands director of operations. Release

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