Innovacyn Names 2015 Vetericyn Scholarship Winners

​Innovacyn Inc., a Rialto, Calif.-based manufacturer of Vetericyn Plus, a dermal wound care line for animals, has chosen the 2015 recipients of its annual Vetericyn Future Innovators of Agriculture College Scholarship Award.

The annual scholarship is open to any high school senior who exhibits an academic and leadership commitment to pursuing a future in the agriculture industry.

The 2015 winners are Alexis Pedrow, Anderson County Junior and Senior High School, Garnett, Kan.; Brendan Register, T. Dewitt Taylor Middle-High School, Seville, Fla.

Both will receive a $4,000 scholarship to help further their education.

Vetericyn Inc. Launches Feline Wound and Infection Treatment ...

Vetericyn Feline Formula Vetericyn ® is effective in the treatment of various diseases in cats, including a state veterinarians commonly referred as "hot spots" summer sores "or" wet eczema, in which a first, the results of an irritated lesion of a cat scratch constantly, chewing or licking all areas of itchy skin. Other indications include insect bites, rashes, ulcers, burns, cuts and scrapes, eye infections, ear infections and external sites post-operatively.

Innovacyn introduces new formulation of Vetericyn Plus

  1. Innovacyn, a leader in innovative medical devices in the human and animal health industry, announced a new and improved formulation in their animal line of healthcare products—Vetericyn Plus, available for dairy and beef cattle. Vetericyn Plus is a
  2. Innovacyn, a leader in innovative medical devices in the human and animal health industry, announced a new and improved formulation in their animal line of healthcare products—Vetericyn Plus, available for all animal species, regardless of age
  3. Innovacyn, a leader in innovative medical devices in the human and animal health industry, announced a new and improved formulation in their animal line of healthcare products—Vetericyn Plus, available for all animal species, regardless of age
  4. ​Innovacyn Inc., a Rialto, Calif.-based manufacturer of Vetericyn Plus, a dermal wound care line for animals, has chosen the 2015 recipients of its annual Vetericyn Future Innovators of Agriculture College Scholarship Award. The annual scholarship is
  5. Dr. Brad Gordon from Vetericyn and Equine clinician Clinton Anderson from Down Under Horsemanship will be here Thursday on RURAL AMERICA LIVE! They'll be in our studio discussing the benefits of VETERICYN's animal wound and skin care products.