Solutions

United Animal Health produces a wide range of solutions serving the areas of animal nutrition and animal health.  We continuously innovate for the benefit of our customers.

At United Animal Health, we develop solutions that deliver results because we understand your issues and problems.

Swine

From small-scale producers to the largest integrators, United Animal Health assesses and improves nutritional formulations for multiple species. Based on research and focused on results, our nutrition programs are built to improve efficiency and quality.

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Dairy

For over 25 years, United Animal Health has offered its dairy customers comprehensive diet management programs and advanced nutrition products that are founded on one of the company’s core values: applied research.

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Poultry

United Animal Health poultry solutions enhance poultry health, wellness, and performance to help the food industry produce a copious supply of safe and affordable food. United Animal Health is redefining this industry and continues to introduce new, leading edge products backed by breakthrough science and service.

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International

At United Animal Health, we have experience solving the nutritional and technical needs of our international business customers.  We are an international leader in the animal nutrition industry and provide research-based products and services worldwide to owners and producers of various animal species.

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Specialty Ingredients

Our microbial-based nutrition products and enzyme products are born from exhaustive research and science and then proven in our own research farms. They are developed in our own proprietary microbial research facility. No other nutrition company can say they own a pathogen lab, fermentation facility, and commercial research farms for testing.

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Show Feeds

Lindner Show Feeds, the partnership between United Animal Health and Lindner Feed & Milling Company, began because United Animal Health recognized the need to get involved with a young audience interested in animal agriculture.

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