The lasting impact of food poisoning

E. coli

Joint problems, ulcerative colitis, kidney failure, and diabetes can follow infection with certain foodborne pathogens.

Ummm… *gulp*

It’s terrifying to think about, but according to an article posted today on Scientific American, it’s possible.

Increasingly, scientists are finding that serious health problems can follow food poisoning. And it’s not just a couple […]

Warm, not-so-fuzzy, and gigantic: Neogen donation to MSU student to help elephants in Thailand

Erica and Mae Tee (Photo courtesy of Erica Ward).

Neogen’s Pro-Flex is going to the elephants.

And the dogs. And the cats. And the horses. And…a black bear?

Neogen has donated 20 boxes, or 360 rolls, of Pro-Flex to a group of preveterinary and veterinary students who are traveling to Thailand this spring and […]

Belated Monday links (because Tuesdays need some love too)

Neogen announces third quarter revenue and income increases

Want to know how we did this past quarter? Check out the press release here.

What is preventative care?

Fully Vetted’s Dr. Jennifer Coates gives readers a rundown on what to expect from spring preventative care for our beloved furry (or not so furry) friends.

Q&A with […]

Spotlight: Neogen’s Andi Branstetter recognized as being one of the dairy best

Neogen's Andi Branstetter talks to kids about dairy cows.

The wise words of a fellow Neogen employee sum up Lexington’s Andi Branstetter perfectly: “She’s got stuff to do.”

Andi’s dedication to her stuff, which includes working as Neogen’s marketing manager for beef and dairy products, helping run her family’s dairy farm, showing cattle, and […]

Have a case of the Mondays? Break it up with some links

Here are some interesting articles from around the Web.

Happy National Poultry Day!

CNN’s Eatocracy blog gives suggestions on how to celebrate this fowl holiday.

Near-record wheat product expected this year

The year’s wheat production season is predicted to have the second highest yields on record, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the […]

How to not turn green after eating corned beef on St. Patrick’s Day

Irish or not, millions of people worldwide will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow.

For many, that means a day of wearing green, celebration, green beer, and corned beef and cabbage.

And although corned beef might not be a traditional St. Patricks’s Day meal in Ireland, it’s come to be one in the U.S.

So, in […]

Things we love to hear: Veratox edition

We take great pride in the products and services we provide and we definitely love getting feedback from customers.

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Circle up everybody, it’s almost Pi Day!

It’s that time of year again. Ladies and gentlemen, Pi Day is upon us.

Pi (∏) Day is celebrated March 14 (get it? 3/14 in honor of Pi’s first three digits: 3.14). The infinitely long number is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and is used ubiquitously in math. Without it, humanity […]

Allergens, environment, and imports: Analyzing the Food Safety Modernization Act with former FDA official Dr. David Acheson

Dr. David Acheson discusses the Food Safety Modernization Act with Neogen CEO James Herbert after a meeting with Neogen officials.

The most sweeping food safety legislation in the U.S. since the 1930’s, the Food Safety Modernization Act, or FSMA, aims to make the FDA more “preventive, not reactive,” said Former U.S. Food and Drug […]