This week the Colorado Chamber had a chance to visit the 100-year-old Colorado Serum Company—one of the Chamber’s longest-standing members. CSC was founded in Denver by Dr. J.N. Huff in 1923 to combat the Hog Cholera epidemic that was devastating livestock nationwide. Thanks to CSC, Hog Cholera was eradicated in the United States, and today the fourth-generation, family-run company manufactures biologicals, medical instruments and laboratory diagnostic reagents that are used in the agricultural and veterinarian industries worldwide.
Congratulations to CSC on your centennial anniversary, and here’s to the next 100 years of animal health and well-being!