Mr. Yankowsky noted that "With this exclusive collaboration, SmartVet can reach the beef cattle market and dovetail with our business model of partnering with inventive development companies who can benefit from the broad sales and marketing reach of AgriLabs."
The addition of the VetCap System furthers the commitment of AgriLabs to offer relevant and technically-driven products to producers. The company continues to augment its core food animal capabilities of science-backed products from innovative partners, like SmartVet, through the ongoing efforts of the Kansas City Animal Health Corridor.
AgriLabs, Inc. (www.agrilabs.com ) is an award-winning animal health, sales and marketing organization with distribution throughout the United States. The company's partnership structure and philosophy, together with a commitment to expeditious product development, provides a smooth, efficient system for manufacturers from around the world to transfer technology from research laboratories to the marketplace. Through technology transfer and cooperative development agreements, AgriLabs has introduced state-of-the-art products for beef, dairy and companion animals. The wholly-owned TradeWinds division focuses on new product development and distribution to companion animal veterinarians, pet stores, breeders and groomers.
SmartVet's (www.smartvet.com) VetCap Delivery System was designed by cattlemen for cattlemen. SmartVet's goal is to develop practical solutions to everyday problems encountered by cattle producers. This ground-breaking animal health company approaches its R&D from the producer's perspective and is driven by a philosophy of developing technological solutions that are effective, easy- to-use and efficient. For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Kansas City Animal Health Corridor The Kansas City area accounts for 32 percent of the $19 billion global animal health industry. The Corridor, anchored in Manhattan, KS and Columbia, MO, is home to more than 220 animal health companies, which represents the largest concentration in the world. www.kcanimalhealth.com.