Navigation Links
Neogen reports 19% increase in annual revenues
Date:7/22/2014

ar, compared to 33% in the previous fiscal year.

"Fiscal 2014 was another solid year for us financially, both in generating cash and further strengthening our balance sheet," said Steve Quinlan, Neogen's vice president and chief financial officer. "We were able to integrate three acquisitions and make significant capital investments for current and future growth, while retaining a strong cash position and incurring no debt. We continue to have sufficient liquidity and available borrowing capacity to pursue our growth strategy going forward."

Neogen's overall revenue growth of 19% for its 2014 fiscal year was led by the 29% revenue increase reported for its Animal Safety segment. The acquisitions of SyrVet® (veterinary instruments) in July 2013, Prima Tech® (veterinary instruments) in November 2013, and Chem-Tech (agricultural insecticides) in January 2014, contributed to the company's revenue increase. Organic growth for the Animal Safety segment was 6%.

Revenues from Neogen's agrigenomic business continued their strong advancement in fiscal year 2014, increasing 18% when compared to fiscal 2013. The improvement was the result of increasing market acceptance of the product line, as well as the development of new genomic products. Neogen's new GeneSeek® Genomic Profiler is used to reveal an animal's genetic potential, as well as the animal's parentage, and important genetic trait and disease information. The tests are available for both beef and dairy cattle breeds.

To accommodate the rapid expansion of its agrigenomic business, Neogen recently opened a new facility in Lincoln, Neb., which was customized specifically for the core business of providing high quality, cost-effective agricultural genomic services. The expansion of genomic programs in international markets, especially Europe and Brazil, also helped drive Neogen's agrigenomic revenue increases.

Sales of N
'/>"/>

SOURCE Neogen Corporation
Copyright©2014 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Related biology technology :

1. Neogen COO resigns
2. Neogen licenses Cargill patents
3. Neogen acquires Chem-Tech
4. Neogen reports second quarter results
5. Neogen acquires Prima Tech
6. Neogen shares to be priced Oct. 31
7. Neogen shares begin post-split trading
8. Neogen reports 18% revenue increase
9. Neogen announces 1st quarter results conference call
10. Neogen launches comprehensive dairy heifer genomic test
11. Neogen announces Bohannon retirement, successor named
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:7/27/2015)... , ... July 27, 2015 , ... ... international sales network Monday. The venture will bring the world’s most efficient gas ... provides state-of-the-art equipment and technologies to both the industrial and municipal markets. With ...
(Date:7/27/2015)... NEW YORK , July 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ ... today announced the winners of its annual ... basic research by scientists who have been supported ... early career scientists to pursue innovative ideas in ... generate "proof" of concept for the early detection, ...
(Date:7/27/2015)... Maine , July 27, 2015 IDEXX ... more than 8,000 clinics have submitted over 100,000 specimens ... testing in just the first 10 days since the ... kidney disease (CKD) is a leading cause of suffering ... the submitted specimens are consistent with generally accepted kidney ...
(Date:7/26/2015)... ... July 26, 2015 , ... ... ANEMIA calibration verification / linearity test kit. The VALIDATE® ANEMIA kit contains Ferritin, ... kit is prepared using the CLSI recommended “equal delta” method for linearity testing ...
Breaking Biology Technology:BlueInGreen Brings Water Treatment Technology to Florida 2Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Names Winners of Klerman-Freedman Prizes for Exceptional Research 2Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Names Winners of Klerman-Freedman Prizes for Exceptional Research 3Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Names Winners of Klerman-Freedman Prizes for Exceptional Research 4Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Names Winners of Klerman-Freedman Prizes for Exceptional Research 5Brain & Behavior Research Foundation Names Winners of Klerman-Freedman Prizes for Exceptional Research 6Over 100,000 Pets Tested with New IDEXX SDMA Kidney Function Test Since Product Launch on July 13 2Over 100,000 Pets Tested with New IDEXX SDMA Kidney Function Test Since Product Launch on July 13 3Over 100,000 Pets Tested with New IDEXX SDMA Kidney Function Test Since Product Launch on July 13 4Over 100,000 Pets Tested with New IDEXX SDMA Kidney Function Test Since Product Launch on July 13 5Maine Standards Company, LLC Announces Release of VALIDATE® ANEMIA Calibration Verification / Linearity Test Kit 2
... Rx, Inc., a biotechnology company with a proprietary technology platform ... results of an in vivo preclinical study that shows, for ... called TREMs (T Resident Effector Memory cells) prevalent in the ... stronger than memory T cells that circulate in the bloodstream. ...
... ARUP Laboratories, a leading national clinical and anatomic ... research and development, announced the establishment of a Business ... The new division is designed to align ... our ability to diversify into new market segments. This ...
... Performance, a global sales support organization providing consulting, training ... million to purchase and relocate to an expanded headquarters ... The company expects to create over 200 new high ... five years. In addition, through an innovative incentive package ...
Cached Biology Technology:Discovery in Nature elucidates immune cells in skin and supports novel vaccine approach 2Discovery in Nature elucidates immune cells in skin and supports novel vaccine approach 3ARUP Laboratories Announces Creation of Business Innovations Division 2City of Mason and Top Gun Sales Performance Announce $4 Million Investment In New Corporate Headquarters 2
(Date:7/23/2015)... (NASDAQ: AWRE ), a leading supplier of biometrics software ... ended June 30, 2015.  Revenue for the ... 33% compared to $6.8 million in the same quarter last ... $0.3 million, or $0.01 per diluted share, which compared to ... period a year ago.  Lower revenue and ...
(Date:7/21/2015)... , July 21, 2015 Passwords have ... seen in the recent U.S. Office of Personnel ... to the infosec conundrum, but developers and end-users ... To address this dilemma, Biometrics-as-a-Service provider HYPR Corp. ... Tokenization SDK for third party integration. ...
(Date:7/9/2015)... , July 9, 2015  Synaptics Inc. (NASDAQ: ... announced today that it will report financial results for ... July 30, 2015 after the close of market. The ... and investors at 2:00 p.m. PT (5:00 p.m. ET), ... To participate on the live call, analysts and ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Aware, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2015 Financial Results 2Aware, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2015 Financial Results 3Aware, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2015 Financial Results 4Aware, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2015 Financial Results 5Aware, Inc. Reports Second Quarter 2015 Financial Results 6HYPR Corp. Launches Industry First Biometric Tokenization Platform 2HYPR Corp. Launches Industry First Biometric Tokenization Platform 3HYPR Corp. Launches Industry First Biometric Tokenization Platform 4Synaptics to Report Fourth Quarter, Fiscal Year 2015 Results on July 30 2
... Modern marsupials may be popular animals at the zoo ... at Buffalo biologists reveal that they harbor a "fossil" ... cause Ebola and Marburg hemorrhagic fevers and are the ... in the online journal BMC Evolutionary Biology , ...
... particular identity? According to biologists at the California Institute ... system cells that help destroy invading pathogensthe answer is ... Bcl11b. The activation of Bcl11b is a "clean, ... go on the T-cell pathway," says Ellen Rothenberg, the ...
... 2010 -- Using ever-growing genome data, scientists with the ... the University of Tennessee are tracing the evolution of ... giving researchers a method for predicting important cellular functions ... A new study from the Joint Institute for Computational ...
Cached Biology News:Wallabies and bats harbor 'fossil' genes from the most deadly family of human viruses 2Caltech biologists discover how T cells make a commitment 2Caltech biologists discover how T cells make a commitment 3Cell signaling classification system gives researchers new tool 2Cell signaling classification system gives researchers new tool 3Cell signaling classification system gives researchers new tool 4
... ideal small concentrator for the molecular biology ... water and organic solvents from a variety ... and round bottom flasks. Making it an ... ,The built-in special runs for working with ...
... is suitable for use with a wide ... through to water and some of the ... capable of removing water and organic solvents ... tubes, microplates, vials and round bottom flasks; ...
Rat Epidermal Keratinocytes (REK) (>500,000 cells)...
anti-Yan 8B12H9...
Biology Products: