Heska Corp., a Loveland-based company that makes veterinary products, reported their first-quarter loss at $5.3 million.

This comes after a profitable year during the same period, with losses likely attributed to the recent pandemic.

Heska experienced a loss of 70 cents per share, and after an adjustment for one-time gains and costs, Heska stock came to a total of 14 cents per share.

Heska shares have fallen 27% since the beginning of 2020, according to AP News.

Hopefully, the company will be able to recoup the cost of lost revenue.

Source: AP News

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