Not a barn burner, for sure. Although, it looks like the goal was to get some synergy with their other products. By having a more complete offering, perhaps they can increase sales of both the old and the new.
Also, GlycoMar seems to be largely an R&D outfit. Apparently, they sell products primarily to allow them to fund more research. I suspect they don't have the sales force available to NEOG, so I'm guessing there is a growth opportunity there, as well.
But, either way, NEOG has a pretty good track record with growing their business. I trust management to continue to make good decisions.