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New Video – How one mite founds a population of thousands

Discover our animated video to better understand how varroa mites feed, reproduce and impact honey bee colonies.

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Join our community!

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Helping beekeepers
fight varroa

Varroa destructor is the most important predator of domestic bees and is prevalent in almost all countries in the world. Integrated management of this parasite is of major importance and will help to limit the health impact on hives.

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Asian hornet:
the threat from above

In the space of a few years, the Asian hornet has become the second main predator of the Western Europe hives. It arrived in 2004 and has since spread to cover all of France and is gradually invading its closest neighbours.

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Over 25 years of commitments to beekeeping

Véto-pharma is a pharmaceutical laboratory dedicated to honey bees that develops, produces and markets a range of drugs and products designed to combat the key diseases and problems that threaten colonies.

Véto-pharma’s team of passionate and highly committed experts exports French know-how through the distribution of its products to more than 35 countries worldwide.

Véto-pharma is today a world leader in honey bee health and the only pharmaceutical player in the honey bee industry located in France.

Véto-pharma : plus de 25 ans d’engagements pour l’apiculture
Millions of colonies treated each year (or more!)
% of turnover invested in R&D
colonies dedicated to product testing
employees, including 10 dedicated to innovation
Innovation & support for honey bees health

Innovation & support

At Véto-pharma, we believe that supporting beekeepers is as important as being innovative for honey bees health. That’s why we provide you with a large knowledge base.

You will find on this website a library of resources (presentations, fact sheets, white papers, …). But also a registration form to join our newsletter community, as well as a direct access to our blog.

Finally, social networks are for us a place of exchange and sharing. You will find the latest beekeeping news or video tutorials.