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Animal Health Company Moving Headquarters to Lawrence


LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — An Australian-based animal health company says it plans to move its global headquarters to the University of Kansas campus in Lawrence. Integrated Animal Health announced Monday that it plans to break into the U.S. market with a product that reduces antibiotic use in dairy herds. It will be located on the Bioscience and Technology Center on the university's west campus. The company will employ only two to five people at first but plans to eventually have up to 50 employees with an annual payroll of $4 million. The Lawrence Journal-World reports that Integrated Animal Health is the third animal health company since late 2011 to sign a deal to locate in the technology center. The company will seek a financial incentives package to relocate to Lawrence.


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