Point-Of-Care Bovine Pregnancy Test Now Available

Pregnancy checking
Pregnancy checking
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IDEXX Laboratories, a global leader in veterinary diagnostics, announces a new whole blood, on-farm, pregnancy test for bovine animals. The Alertys OnFarm Pregnancy Test empowers you to find open, costly animals on their time with results within minutes to make management decisions.

The Alertys OnFarm Pregnancy Test is simple to use, requires minimal training, and produces efficient and accurate results animal side. The test:

  • Reduces animal handling and stress
  • Uses whole blood (EDTA) sampling, so no equipment needed
  • Provides results in minutes, with pregnant results as soon as 5 minutes
  • Find open animals early with 99.7% accuracy

Alerty’s OnFarm Pregnancy Test is available for purchase nationwide at many local animal health distributors.



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