Animal nutrition giant Trouw has said it will expand a strategic partnership with the University of Guelph.
The new arrangement will match more researchers from the Canadian university and Trouw, involve sharing research facilities and “enable the acceleration of key research and development activities”.
The 2 have more than 40 researcher matches in place and share proprietary and confidential knowledge.
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Coen Smits, Director Trouw Nutrition R&D comments: “We’re very pleased to take our relationship with the University of Guelph to the next level. Our collaboration has already delivered important advances in the area of calf health and growth, for example, and more exciting developments are in the pipeline.
“The University of Guelph is a world-class scientific institution, and I’m confident that, together, we will drive animal nutrition innovation to new horizons.”
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