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Our partners

National Mastitis Council

The National Mastitis Council is a non-profit organization headquartered in Wisconsin, USA. The organization is a forum for the international exchange of information on the control of mastitis and the quality of milk.

Founded in 1961, the National Mastitis Council currently has about 1,500 members in more than 40 countries around the world, among whom are also employees of CVD.

Food Analyses Performance Assessment Scheme (FAPAS)

The Laboratory of Feed and Water Analysis LLC "CVD" participates in inter-laboratory studies (FGIS) according to the FAPAS® scheme (Food Analyzes Performance Assessment Scheme), organized by the FERA department of the Food and Environment Agency of the United Kingdom.

The FAPAS® scheme includes many rounds related to the analysis of nutritional value, chemical composition and safety of food, feed, beverages and is the largest and most complete scheme for professional testing of food analysis laboratories. Initiated in 1990 by MAFF (Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of Great Britain).

The Federation of European Microbiological Societies

Employees of the Laboratory of Bacteriology and Pathanatomy LLC "Center for Veterinary Diagnostics" are members of the European Federation of Microbiological Societies (Federation of European Microbiological Societies). Established in 1974, the Federation today is a growing coalition of 53-member societies from 36 countries.

The federation aims are to unite microbiologists in Europe and around the world. The Federation holds a biennial scientific congress in various parts of Europe with world-class speakers for the exchange of experience among more than 2,000 participants.

GD Animal Health

Since 2005, the Center of Veterinary Diagnostics has worked closely with GD Animal Health, one of the largest centers for animal health protection, Deventer, the Netherlands.

Our employees are trained on base of GD Animal Health. Every year we participate in the test trials, confirming our competence. Participation in this kind of "examinations" is an opportunity to check the reliability of our results, compare them with the results of other laboratories, determine the reliability of the diagnostic methods that we use. To date, GD Animal Health is one of the leading animal health organizations.