SPENDING in the U.S. on medicines used to protect the health of companion and farm animals was essentially unchanged in 2013 compared to 2012, without adjusting for inflation, according to figures released Jan. 14 by the Animal Health Institute (AHI).
Sales of medicines for pets and livestock combined totaled $7.5 billion (Table). It is estimated that nearly 60% of the total was medicines for pets.
Sales in each of the three
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