Company News: Cambridge Technologies, EveryPig, Biozyme

( Alison Fulton, Farm Journal )

Cambridge Technologies Launches Diagnostics Databridge

Cambridge Technologies, an animal health company offering next generation diagnostics and custom vaccines, announces the launch of Diagnostic Databridge, a new client web portal for online access to diagnostic reporting and isolate management located on the Cambridge Technologies website. 

Veterinarian’s using Diagnostic Databridge will have their own, private account, accessible by username and password to enable them to see their diagnostic and sequencing reports. Diagnostic Databridge access will also allow veterinarians to submit diagnostic requests electronically. This gives Cambridge Technologies notice that diagnostic samples from the veterinarian will be arriving, allowing advance preparation to manage the case and insuring results get back to the veterinarian as soon as possible. 

Learn more at cambridgetechnologies.com.
 

EveryPig Releases New Analytics Feature

Swine health and production management tool EveryPig released an all-new analytics feature that will allow pork producers to track their system-wide antibiotics usage and compare it over time. The new feature aims to decrease unnecessary antibiotic use by easily tracking the amount of antibiotics being used on a system-wide level. Users are also able to monitor usage by farm type in nursery, wean to finish, and finishing barns.

EveryPig is the world’s first animal health platform that is dedicated to serving animals, producers, and consumers by improving animal health and increasing transparency in the food chain, according to a company release.

To learn more, visit everypig.co.
 

BioZyme Adds Two New Hires

Brett Tostenson of Highmore, S.D., has joined the team at BioZyme® Inc., as an area sales manager. In his new role, he will represent BioZyme working with dealers, potential dealers and end-users in South Dakota and eastern North Dakota.
 
Tostenson was raised on his family’s commercial cattle operation in west-central Minnesota, and he spent the last 7 ½ years working for TransOva. He has a bachelor’s degree from South Dakota State University, where he dual-majored in animal science and business eco.

Tiara Ward has been named the Additive Brand Manager at BioZyme® Inc. In her role, she will work to grow additive brand awareness and support through marketing efforts both domestically and globally.
 
Ward earned her bachelor’s degree in Business from Northwest Missouri State University where she had a dual-major in management and marketing. She has gained valuable marketing experiences through an internship at Harrison County Community Hospital and most recently as the marketing director for a local gun shop and range. She is a native of Bethany, Mo., and comes from a farming family. 
 

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