Research shows industry will grow by $28 billion by 2017

The veterinary industry can expect to see a $28 billion spike in the global veterinary health products market by 2017, according to new research from TriMark Publications.

The Jan. 3, 2012 report, entitled "Veterinary Health Markets", covers a wide range of veterinary growth areas, including common diseases in cattle, pigs, poultry, dogs, cats and horses, veterinary non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), antibiotics, veterinary antifungal drugs, veterinary anthelmintics (parasiticides), veterinary biologics (vaccines), veterinary diagnostics and animal feed additives.

The report studied companies ranging from Abbott and Bayer to IDEXX and PetSmart.

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