Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eco Animal Health Group Plc LSE:EAH London Ordinary Share GB0032036807 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 205.00 200.00 210.00 205.00 205.00 205.00 230,297 07:44:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 74.6 15.2 17.6 11.6 138

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/4/2013
12:12
This is turning in to quite a significant and sustained drop. Arguably an excellent opportunity to add!
audigger
03/4/2013
20:00
http://www.kxlo-klcm.com/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1083:study-says-mrsa-can-jump-from-animals-to-humans&catid=8:ag-news-pod&Itemid=115 greater attention on the food chain, me thinks.
smelleroo
12/3/2013
22:17
its good news week
waldron
12/3/2013
21:27
ECO Animal Health drug has FDA approval as antibiotic use comes to fore 1:54 pm by Giles Gwinnett AIVLOSIN is a water soluble formulation and treats swine ileitis - a common disease in pigs ECO Animal Health Group's (LON:EAH) AIVLOSIN is an approved drug for diseased pigs, the company highlighted on Tuesday. It conforms to the safety evaluation by the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration), which looks at the animal to which the drug is given and the safety of any humans which may consume that animal. It comes as the issue of antibiotic use comes to the fore again and its use for treating animals. Fears have also been raised that the overuse of antibiotics in humans has led to dangerous bacteria developing a resistance to them. The horsemeat in meals scandal has also served to trigger fears about what has been given to animals in treatment and feed and whether this can be passed to the human food chain. AIVLOSIN is a water soluble formulation and treats swine ileitis - a common disease in pigs. AIVLOSIN fully complies with the concept of judicious antimicrobial use. To receive FDA approval, AIVLOSIN satisfied all elements of the FDA risk-assessment model. "When used according to label instructions, AIVLOSIN is the ideal medication for the judicious and effective control of ileitis due to its low effective therapeutic dose rate and short duration of treatment that targets a specific infection in swine," it said in a technical report about the drug and surrounding issues. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/54681/eco-animal-health-drug-has-fda-approval-as-antibiotic-use-comes-to-fore-54681.html SOUNDS GREAT! smell
smelleroo
06/3/2013
12:37
good spot - huge potentialhere ! still think EAH is TOO CHEAP! smell
smelleroo
06/3/2013
12:21
http://uk.advfn.com/news/PRNUS/2013/article/56590656
waldron
14/2/2013
08:48
I think another aspect to profit going forward will be increased food prices. This will allow EAH to charge farmers more for their products.
audigger
13/2/2013
19:09
you must be the newest cat in the hood
waldron
13/2/2013
16:12
The company is distributing directly now in a number of countries removing the middleman and Increasing margin.This should, along with US and Canadian sales be reflected in the next set of results.I expect a significant Increase in dividend.
ltinvestor
13/2/2013
07:14
nice one aim cheers topvest and smelleroo your posts much appreciated after second reading enjoy your day
waldron
12/2/2013
22:36
I presume that what was meant by "value is to a larger company with a better sales network" is that currently EAH mainly use distributers who take out quite a large portion of the gross profit. Any company acquiring EAH which has it's own sales force(s) will reap all the gross profit and thus the business is more attractive to them.
aimingupward2
12/2/2013
20:28
topvest your post The value is to a larger company with a better sales network. what does this mean? and how do you value this company on current financial figures
waldron
12/2/2013
20:18
topvest and smellero can you please read and edit your recent posts cheers
waldron
12/2/2013
20:06
think you are estimating just how quickly the underlying business is growing. it s quite possible that mgmt has met with investors or given a presentation adding a wee bit more colour to how the business is faring currently.... this is never going to be a widely covered stock by analysts as the trade is so limited....how will they get paid! am still think the US regulatory approval last year was an inflexion point for this business smell
smelleroo
12/2/2013
20:03
Yes, I hold these. I think it's fair value standalone. The value is to a larger company with a better sales network. It's not a cash cow and some years from it until all its products have been launched. I'm happy to hold though as reasonably confident it will be taken out at a premium at some point.
topvest
12/2/2013
19:44
yep but one analyst not good enough and i feel that the target is far too high want other analysts to confirm for me the present share price is FAIR VALUE PLUS NICE PREMIUM lets not ramp up the share price unless of course one has some facts to support eleviated price There should be atleast 5 more http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=financials&symbol=L%5EEAH
waldron
12/2/2013
18:56
Good spot waldron......I like the Sp forecast..... Share price forecast The one analyst offering a 12 month price target expects Eco Animal Health Group Plc share price to rise to 340.00 in the next year from the last price of 261.50.
audigger
12/2/2013
16:17
ONLY ONE ANALYST GIVING A BUY SURELY NO http://markets.ft.com/research/Markets/Tearsheets/Forecasts?s=EAH:LSE
waldron
12/2/2013
15:56
Well if it becomes the cash cow we expect, then it will almost certainly be taken out. Either way, we shall be rewarded. And if ever its anti-viral activity is proven to a level of potential commercial viability, then the sky's the limit!
audigger
12/2/2013
13:47
Very little interest by pi's which is a good thing. I expect that either the company will be taken out at a significant premium or it will become a cash cow and pay handsome dividends.Not fussed either way!!!
ltinvestor
12/2/2013
08:12
the potential here is pretty big, given they have only recently started selling into the largest market for their main product. also cannot help feel that the business will attract interest from the majors!! smell
smelleroo
12/2/2013
07:45
I'm hopeful we may see a similar jump today.
audigger
11/2/2013
15:27
not sure but hopefully the penny has dropped somewhere....too cheap, given the potential for the company and aivlosin! smell
smelleroo
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