Responsible use of antibiotics

At Syva, we strongly support the prudent use of antimicrobials in animals.

Bacterial diseases have to be treated effectively and efficiently.

Antimicrobials (antibiotics) are essential to cure bacterial diseases. Not only they cure, but they also prevent the further spread of the disease and the suffering of animals.

At Syva, we strongly believe that prevention is better than cure, but even with excellent management, animals still suffer from infectious bacterial diseases, and antimicrobial treatment is needed. We encourage vets to prescribe antimicrobials “as little as possible, as much as necessary” respecting responsible use principles.

Using antimicrobials in a responsible way contributes to maintain their efficacy in the future.

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Animal welfare

Farm animals are essential to the society, providing food (milk, eggs, meat) to billions of people around the world. For this reason, farm animals deserve the highest standards of well-being.

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Commitment to the environment

True to our values, we want to develop our activities while improving the conditions of occupational safety and with the minimum possible impact on the environment.

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Our commitment to quality

We make no concessions in terms of quality. Our customers trust us for the quality of our products and services, which is guaranteed by strict internal controls and external audits.

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Connected to shared values

Syva is an active member of Veterindustria and AnimalhealthEurope, two associations in which it shares the common values of sustainable contribution to public and animal health.

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Diversity and inclusion

Diversity and inclusion are powerful drivers of progress and growth. At Syva, we build an environment conducive to the development of our values of result orientation, trust, initiative and collaboration.

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