Animal Health and Science
The Greater Manhattan region is the western anchor of the Kansas City Animal Health Corridor, where about 60% of international companies in the animal health industry have a strategic presence. With exceptional proximity and collaboration opportunities near the USDA Center for Grain and Animal Health Research and Kansas State University, this region is an outstanding location for your organization.
Whether your business focuses on livestock or companion animals, you need to have a presence in the Greater Manhattan region. We can provide unparalleled support in animal health research, breeding and nutrition, testing and regulating of animal products, performing veterinary services, and providing laboratory testing. See why Greater Manhattan is the ideal place for a satellite office or new headquarters.
- USDA National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility: A Game-Changer for Animal Health and Disease Research
- The Edge Collaboration District at Kansas State University Connects Industry to World-Class Talent
- Relocating to Manhattan, Kansas? Consider the Advantages of Rural Living
Our region is ripe with resources to advance animal health and nutrition. Co-locate with some of the world’s leading organizations in this field:
- Anchor of the Kansas City Animal Health Corridor and proximity to 300 animal health companies and organizations
- The BSL-4 USDA National Bio and Agro-Defense Facility (NBAF), will be one of only five facilities in the world with BSL-4 laboratories capable of housing cattle and other large livestock for the purpose of developing vaccines and diagnostics for zoonotic diseases
- The BSL-3, ABSL-3 and BSL 3-Ag Biosecurity Research Institute, researching high-consequence pathogens affecting plants, animals and food products, including zoonotic pathogens that infect humans
- Kansas State University’s colleges of Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture (including the Department of Animal Sciences and Industry https://www.asi.k-state.edu), with hundreds of faculty experts, research projects, industry collaborations and a talent pipeline of students
- USDA Center for Grain and Animal Health Research, home to four units recognized for their innovative research and technology development
- Veterinary Biomedical Research Center, a contract research organization supporting animal health companies through regulatory approval pathways for vaccines and pharmaceuticals
- USDA NBAF Scientist Training Program, a fellowship program to train new talent to support foreign animal disease research at NBAF
- Location near major centers of animal protein production
To learn more, please contact us. We’d love the opportunity to introduce you to this incredible community.