Farm animals are the domesticated animals adopted for the production of milk and meat products. Generally adopted farm animals include cattle, poultry, aqua, swine, and sheep among others. The various diseases occur to farm animals include foodborne diseases, parasitic diseases; infectious diseases are due to the lack of nutrition fortified feed. Vaccines are commonly administered to the farm animals for the prevention of diseases and improve the immunity of the Farm Animal Healthcare Market. The farm animal healthcare market is in the developing stage with several local and international players are actively engaged in the development of veterinary vaccines, feed, and other pharmaceutical formulations to treat various diseases. Increasing the preference of healthy meat and dairy products and pet owners focus on the high production of meat and dairy products might fuel the farm animal healthcare market. Most of the companies focus on the research and development activities, product launchings, acquisitions and merging, and collaborating with competitors for increasing their product portfolio and share in the market. For instance, in November 2015, Zoetis acquired PharmaQ for the development and innovation of new vaccines in the aquaculture. In addition, in November 2014, Merck Animal Health launched Finadyne, a transdermal non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug for cattle. Similarly, in September 2015, Ceva Sante Animale launched a vaccine in Europe to prevent Mycoplasma hyponeumoniae which causes respiratory disease in swine.