Colorado Serum Company

Colorado Serum Company

The Peak of Quality Since 1923

In the early 1900s, Hog Cholera disease was decimating the swine industry in the United States. Dr. J.N. Huff, a graduate of the Kansas City Veterinary College, moved to Denver, Colorado in 1922 to open a satellite manufacturing plant of the American Serum Company. Denver’s high altitude provided hogs with added and enriched blood, so Colorado became an ideal environment for producing a new antiserum for Hog Cholera. In 1923, the Denver plant began production and shortly thereafter separated from American Serum to become Colorado Serum Company. Hog Cholera was eventually eradicated from the United States.

Colorado Serum Company went on to expand its product line to include a full range of large animal biologicals, large animal veterinary instruments, veterinary diagnostics, specialty products and laboratory reagents.

Colorado Serum Company is proud to be a 4th generation family-owned company, staying on top of current science while continuing the valued and time-honored traditions of personal and responsive service.

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