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Milking Cows YOU DON'T MILK YOUR COWS BY HAND ANYMORE.... THEN WHY ARE YOU STILL PREGNANCY TESTING THEM THAT WAY???

Now YOU can pregnancy check your
cows using a SAFE, ACCURATE, and INEXPENSIVE blood test!!!


Safe Blood Sample SAFE
A small (2cc) sample of blood 28 days or more after breeding is all that is required to run the pregnancy assay. In addition to being more accurate, blood sampling your cows for pregnancy testing is safer than either palpation or ultrasound.

With BioPRYN™ no embryo or uterine touching is required eliminating this possible cause of pregnancy damage and loss. Unlike rectal techniques, using single use blood collection needles for pregnancy diagnostics eliminates disease transmission between herd mates. How to tail bleed - click here.

From a human safety standpoint, cows appear less apprehensive and are generally more accepting of the blood sampling procedure compared to rectal palpation. BioPRYN™ is a registered trademark of Biotracking, LLC

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ACCURATE
The Enzyme-Linked Immuno-Sorbant Assay (ELISA) laboratory process detects the presence of a protein called Pregnancy Specific Protein B (PSPB).

PSPB is produced by the developing placenta and begins circulating in the blood of pregnant cattle as early as 3 weeks of gestation. Since non-pregnant animals will not have this protein in their blood, the test is more than 99% accurate in detecting open cows.

This high accuracy of open detection gives the test an "embryo safety factor" far surpassing previous progesterone-based tests. In fact, with less than a 1% error rate in open detection, the test is more accurate (and safer) than palpation or ultra-sound of early pregnancies.

In addition, Early Embryonic Death (EED) can sometimes be detected by the blood test since subnormal levels of PSPB may be detected indicating a pregnancy in trouble.

Inexpensive


INEXPENSIVE
At only $2.95 per sample, pregnancy testing by blood is the most economical method to pregnancy testing your herd!

Getting Started

HOW TO GET STARTED
First select cows at least 90 days since calving and 28 or more days from their last breeding. Samples can be collected with syringe and needle or with the vacuum tube system. (Shown in above tail picture.)

How to tail bleed - click here.

Using a new needle for each cow, sample 2cc of whole blood into a new red top tube clearly labeled with the animal ID. Package tubes in padding for safe delivery as shown.

Click here for shipping instructions and to download test form to mail in with your blood sample

Learn how you can adopt this and other exciting NEW TECHNOLOGIES to increase your herd's profitability through improved reproductive management. Call us at (715) 653-2201 or email us for more information.

 
Dairy Pharm & Diagnostic Services, LLC
Glenn Pearson, DVM
362 310th Avenue • Frederic, WI 54837
phone: (715) 653-2201 • fax: (715) 653-4301
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