Neogen Corp. announced that it has acquired the stock of Macleod Pharmaceuticals, an animal health company headquartered in Fort Collins, Colo. The family-owned business is the original manufacturer of Uniprim, a popular antibiotic for horses.
Neogen Corp. announced net income of $6.7 million or 28 cents a share in the first fiscal quarter, which ended Aug. 31, up 11.8 percent from $6 million or 25 cents a share in the same quarter of the prior fiscal year.
The Lansing-based biotech company Neogen Corp. said Monday it had developed the quickest and easiest test to definitively detect for contamination with Listeria bacteria.
Neogen Corp. (Nasdaq: NEOG) announced Tuesday that it has acquired the assets of the Igenity animal genomics business from Merial Limited.
The Lansing biotech products developer reported a healthy increase in both sales and profitability in the fiscal quarter ended Feb. 29.
Neogen Corp. has developed a simple test to detect precise amounts of the mycotoxin zearalenone in grain samples. Zearalenone-contaminated animal feed or grain can cause a wide variety of reproductive problems if eaten by livestock.
Neogen Corp. said Tuesday it has developed a new test for deoxynivalenol (DON) that combines the speed and simplicity of a lateral flow test with the fully quantitative precision of a more demanding testing method.
Company officials say they failed to meet revenue and income goals for the second fiscal quarter ended Nov. 30, but see better days ahead.
Neogen Corp. has developed an even quicker method to rapidly and accurately detect yeast and mold in food products.
Neogen Corp., the Lansing provider of food and animal safety and disease testing kits, Tuesday reported a 3.1 percent increase in net income on a 6.5 percent increase in revenue for the first quarter of its fiscal year, which ended Aug. 31.