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I'd like to test my two girls before they kid in April. Is there any one place that has more reliable test results than another?
 

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I have a question also about this. When should these test be done for the first time. I just started out and mine are all under a year old.. When should I do this.
 

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Biotracking is a good place but only does CAE and Prengancy testing..WADDL is good

have a question also about this. When should these test be done for the first time. I just started out and mine are all under a year old.. When should I do this.
Kids should be at least 6 months old...better at 8 months : )
 

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This one? What is OPP?

Caprine/Ovine Biosecurity Screen:
-Small Ruminant Lentivirus (CAE/OPP) (ELISA)
-CL (SHI)
-Johne's (ELISA)
 

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These are some tests available through a lab in Tx. What testing is recommended? CAE and CL for sure, any other suggestions? We will be consuming the milk. Thanks a million!

SERVICE TEST PRICE
1 OVINE PROGRESSIVE PNEUMONIA $7.00
2 CAPRINE ARTHRITIS ENCEPHALITIS $7.00
3 CASEOUS LYMPHADNITIS $7.00
4 JOHNE’S DISEASE $7.00
5 BRUCELLOSIS $7.00
6 Q-FEVER $7.00
7 TOXOPLASMOSIS $7.00
7 NEOSPORA CANINUM
 

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Done this month (Feb.) through WADDL and both girls are negative for CL, CAE and Johnes YEAH! I am extatic!!
 
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