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Do you need to know if your cow or heifer is pregnant?  Maybe you have a valuable recipient that you don't want to risk palpation, or you need to verify a questionable palpation and your vet is not around.  The P-TEST is your answer.  This is a super simple pregnancy test for cattle using a urine sample.  Just add 1 ml of urine directly to the P-TEST vial. The results can be visually read within 1-10 minutes. It's that easy and is better than 95% reliable!


How does it work? P-TEST measures the pregnancy hormone, estrone sulfate, using a simple and rapid colorimetric reaction.  In cattle, pregnancy can be detected from day 70-term. 


Does the P-TEST work with other livestock species?      Yes, P-TEST can easily detect pregnancy in cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, deer, elk, bison, llamas, alpaca, camels, and horses. But every variety of animal is different.   So, please consult the instruction leaflet below for specifics on how and when to use the P-TEST.   For example, in llama and alpaca, there are two intervals available for pregnancy testing!  The first occurs very early at 21-27 days after mating.   A second opportunity occurs at 250-300 days until term. 



  P-TEST INSTRUCTION LEAFLET



                                                                                

                                                               $2.50 per test (ct 10)

                                               $2.00 per test (ct 50)



            NOTICE:   If you are ordering P-TEST, please be aware that shipping of your order may be                                        delayed.    Current shipping date is 28 March 2017.                                                                                     






How to collect urine from a cow. 
   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJ__wNhbWn0