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Our test is a safe, accurate, and easy alternative for confirming pregnancy in goats, sheep and cattle.
Goats

This test offers a safe, accurate, and easy alternative for confirming pregnancy in goats. A doe can be tested for pregnancy at 30 days or later post breeding or buck removal.

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Cattle

Cows can be tested for pregnancy at 28 days (heifers at 25) or later after breeding and at least 73 days post-calving.

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Sheep

This test offers a safe, accurate, and easy alternative for confirming pregnancy in sheep. A ewe can be tested for pregnancy at 30 days or later post breeding or ram removal.

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Why BIOPRYN?

Accurate, Fast, Less Invasive, Less Expensive

Using BioPRYN assures accuracy. The assay is greater than 99 percent accurate when an animal is categorized as open, giving producers confidence to administer prostaglandin and restart a synchronization program to artificially inseminate (AI), turn their females out with the herd bull or cleanup bull, or cull the animal. The false-pregnant (false-positive) rate for the test is approximately 5 percent. It is presumed that a portion of this variance is due to early embryonic death, which is a challenge regardless of which method is used for pregnancy detection.

  • Identifying open animals early reduces non-productive days and their associated costs.
  • Actual testing fee is typically lower than other means of pregnancy diagnosis.
  • Eliminate or reduce animal lock-up time (and production loss) in preparation for your veterinarian’s visit.
  • Schedule at your convenience

Enables you to very accurately diagnose pregnancy without having to physically handle the developing fetus and fetal membranes.

A delay in rebreeding will increase the number of days a cow is open and extend the length of the calving season. Implementing a controlled breeding season using BioPRYN that results in a tight calving window of 90 days or less has several advantages:

  • Reduced cattle working days for vaccinating and weaning
  • Marketing a consistent calf crop
  • Optimized winter feeding program

University experts have determined the cost savings associated with shorter breeding seasons. Results from Arkansas Beef Improvement Program (ABIP) Breeding and Calving Season demonstrations from the University of Arkansas report that reduced breeding season led to:

  • Average calving season decreased from 282 to 100 days
  • Direct cost per animal unit decreased 32 percent ($180 to $122)
  • Herd break-even cost decreased 38 percent ($.50 to $.31 per pound)
  • Shortening the breeding season, and thus the calving season to 90 days can also increase calf weaning weights. In addition to these efficiencies gained, the more uniform calf crop can be sold at a higher price.

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It’s really easy…

1. Order Blood Test Kit

Make a list of all eligible

2. Draw Samples

Sample at least 2 cc of whole blood from the tail or jugular vein.

3. Mail to Precision

Fill out Submittal Form with list of cow ID's, days since bred, and directions for reporting

4. Get Results

For test results will help you manage and make good decisions.