Send it in to WADDL. Go to their website and follow instructions.
In addition to what has already been stated, talk to your professors. There might be a program in place that would reduce your testing costs. If not, they might be able to point you in the direction of another lab that tests but will give you a waiver because you're a student. You will never know if you don't try. Talk to your local vets. I got mine tested at the state lab and it cost me 4.50/goat. Talk to them and see what they recommend. It can't hurt and it just might save you a bunch of trouble and money.Where do I start? I can draw my own blood, as I am a Vet Tech student currently and have many professors who will help me out with proper technique and location on a goat, but since the program isn't a large animal/livestock program, we don't do much more than one semester with large animals and livestock and these diseases aren't covered much as far as testing goes. I was wondering where I would be able to send samples to for the testing and what age I should do this?