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BASF sells livestock markers business to Heiniger's Australia business
7:39 AM MDT | June 4, 2014 | Deepti Ramesh
BASF says that it sold its proprietary MAC range of livestock markers to Heiniger's (Herzogenbuchsee, Switzerland) Australia branch (Bibra Lake), effective 30 May. Heiniger is the worldwide leading manufacturer of animal-fiber harvesting equipment, BASF says. Financial details of the sale have not been disclosed. The range of livestock markers used for detecting fertility and special treatment needs in farm stock became part of BASF with the acquisition of seed treatment firm Becker Underwood (Ames, IA) in 2012. “Heiniger offers excellent...
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