Advanced Animal Diagnotics: Live From NCBA

Gain better antibiotic management at chute-side in 32 seconds or less.

Advanced Animal Diagnostics’ QScout® BLD is a rapid, on-farm diagnostics tool providing livestock producers with the information they need to make informed management and treatment decisions. In addition to preventing the overuse of antibiotics, this technology also delivers economic efficiency by limiting treatment only to the animals who need it.  
Here are the questions answered in this Live From: 

  • How does AAD’s early detection treat the cow, not the herd approach, provide more precise animal care? 
  • How does QScout’s chute-side technology differ from other diagnostic products?  
  • How does QScout enhance overall beef quality assurance in the industry?   

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