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USAHA launches new site, new look

The United States Animal Health Association announces the complete redesign of its website,, launched today. The new look includes a new logo for the organization, which celebrates its 121st year this fall.

“Our website serves as a vital resource for animal health and our membership, including historical reference materials to current events,” says Ben Richey, USAHA executive director. “The new design provides a modernized feel, with adaptability to different devices, and streamlined navigation.”

The site’s look is centered on a new logo that was developed over the last year and approved at the 2016 annual meeting in October. Richey adds that the logo provides a clean look that is adaptable to a variety of applications, which he hopes will translate to more use and visibility for the organization.

USAHA President, Boyd Parr, notes the significance of the updates. “As we implement our strategic plan, the image of the organization is important. The new website and logo align with USAHA’s need to evolve with our current environment.”

Parr says that the organization continues a comprehensive effort to strengthen the work of USAHA, both internally and externally. “It is important for USAHA to continue to evaluate our role in animal health and the positive impact we can make with our members and stakeholders. Ultimately, our goal is to remain true to our roots and our core purpose in a manner that is and continues to be effective.”

USAHA’s mission is to develop and promote sound animal health solutions for public good. Check out the new website.

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