Animal Health


Kansas is home to a large concentration of public and private entities in the animal health and nutrition sectors, including research and production of therapeutics, diagnostics, biologics, and nutrition and feed products. 

The state currently has more than 16,000 people employed in biosciences, building on our established and emerging strengths.

Kansas sits within the Animal Health Corridor, a region which houses more than 300 animal health companies that account for 56 percent of total worldwide animal health, diagnostics and pet food sales. This corridor represents the single largest concentration of animal health interests in the world.

Download the helpful resource: Animal Health Fact Sheet

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