July 20 (Reuters) - Veterinarian pharmaceutical company Virbac VIRB.PA said on Monday it expected a drop in sales for the full-year 2020, amid pressure on supplies due to the coronavirus crisis and uncertainty about demand.
The French company now forecasts a decline in revenue of between -3% and 0% for the year at constant exchange rates.
The group, which makes food, shampoos and medicines for pets and farm animals, posted second-quarter sales of 230.6 million euros ($264 million), a decline of 6.4% compared to 246.1 million euros in the year-ago period.
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(Reporting by Linda Pasquini; Editing by Edmund Blair)
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