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BioPRYN - Pregnancy Test
BioPRYN® is a a non-invasive, quick response, 97% accurate, embryo safe, quality assured pregnancy test for livestock. Using the BioPRYN blood pregnancy test for cattle, we are able to provide a new, innovative way to determine cattle pregnancy in your operation.
Mastitis culture for major pathogens (Staph aureus, coliform, CN-Staph, Enviro-strep). This test is frequently run on cows with clinical mastitis to identify the major bacterial pathogens causing mastitis on the dairy. Coliform speciation can be added on to coliform positive samples. We also offer ...
Bovine Viral Diarrhea (BVD)
BVD is one of the most significant pathogenic viruses in cattle. It challenges producer profitability and animal health across the dairy and beef industries with increased reproductive losses and higher cost of gain. The BVD test detects BVD virus particles in the sample. Either serum or ear ...
Paratuberculosis (Johne's Disease)
Paratuberculosis is a chronic and contagious enteritis that affects cattle as well as all other ruminants. PARACHEK is an in vitro diagnostic test kit for detection of antibodies to Mycobacterium paratuberculosis in cattle, sheep and goats and can be used on serum and milk. Test specificities are ...
Fecal antibody ELSIA for Rota virus, Corona Virus, Coli, and Cryptosporidium
Enzootic bovine leukosis is a viral disease of adult cattle visually characterized by lumps and/or tumors. The bovine leukemia virus (BLV) resides in lymphocytes where it is able to \"hide\" from the immune system while still producing antibody titres that can be measured in the blood.
Neosporosis is found throughout the world and leads to financial losses through embryonic losses, abortion, culled cattle and reduced milk production. Neosporosis is currently the major cause of abortion in cattle in countries such as New Zealand, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and California ...
The economic losses from worm parasite infections of cattle can be significant. Calves under one year of age are more susceptible than older cattle who frequently have been exposed to the parasites and have developed a degree of immunity.
Mastitis caused by Staph aureus bacteria is extremely difficult to control by treatment alone. Successful control is gained only through prevention of new infections and cow culling.S. aureus organisms colonize abnormal teat ends or teat lesions.
Tritrichomonas foetus can cause significant reproductive losses in affected cattle herds. Trichomonas, found in North and South America, South Africa, and Australia, is a \"true\" venereal disease. That is, infected cows and infected bulls spread it during breeding. One infected bull can infect every ...
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