Meeting today’s diagnostic needs, innovating for tomorrow’s challenges

Accelerating today’s monitoring of animal health is what you do best. Advanced diagnostic testing is how you get there. Dependable chemistry, flexible platforms, government-licensed testing solutions–they’re all critical in setting new farm animal testing standards. And it all must work together. Rapidly and accurately. Because timely diagnosis of just one sick animal can ensure the health of an entire herd and protect a producer's livelihood.


Spotlight

Efficient and accurate solution for detecting the African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) by real-time PCR using our VetMAX African Swine Fever Virus Detection Kit (validated by European Reference Laboratory).

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Multiplex qPCR and DNA extraction kits designed to provide same-day results—even for Mycoplasma spp.

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Resources

Animal health general brochure
Learn about how we’re meeting today’s diagnostic needs and innovating for tomorrow’s challenges.

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Animal health product overview
View the diagnostic solutions we offer for various diseases impacting farm animals—swine, cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, and more.

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Scientific presentations and posters
Presentations and posters that provide an insightful look at the diseases, science, and solutions shaping farm animal diagnostics.

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Diagnostic sampling guidelines
Simple best practices guides for collecting and submitting various types of pig samples to diagnostic labs (blood, tissue, etc.).

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Videos

To view additional videos about animal health, farm animal diseases, veterinary diagnostics, diagnostic solutions, and more, please click below to visit our video archives.

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Webinars

Webinar: How your choice of PRRSV test impacts pig herd health and economics.
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To view additional webinars about animal health, farm animal diseases, veterinary diagnostics, diagnostic solutions, and more, please click below to visit our archives.

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