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Accreditation

FarmLab Diagnostics are now accredited to ISO17025 standard for Neospora elisa antibody testing and MAP(Johnes) faecal PCR testing. FarmLab are delighted to have been awarded accreditation for these tests by the Irish National Accreditation Board. This now means that FarmLab Diagnostics …

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We have added an updated submission form on our downloads page. There is also now a Word version of the submission form for anyone who would like to fill it in electronically. We have added an option to indicate whether sample results …

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We have updated our sample submission form for veterinary practitioners to include all the new tests which we have added recently. We have also included some explanatory notes relating to the various tests . We would ask veterinary practitioners to …

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A recent study of cattle presenting with clinical signs of pneumonia which had previously been vaccinated with a respiratory vaccine

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A recent study in The Veterinary Journal shows that mastitis in hefers is associated with many factors, including negative energy balance in early lactation

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Farmlab Diagnostics won the category of Food or Agricultural Laboratory of the Year at the Irish Laboratory Awards

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FarmLab Diagnostics have added some new tests to their range of testing services for 2015. Of particular interest are some new PCR-based tests, including tests to diagnose the presence of Mycoplasma bovis

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A recent study in the Veterinary Record has shown that the presence of fluke infections in cattle at housing resulted in a serious reduction in liveweight gain during housing

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FarmLab Diagnostics were presented with the prize of Food/Agricultural Laboratory of the year at the Irish Laboratory Awards 2014,

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Sustainable expansion of agricultural production is becoming increasingly important as the world’s population expands. The importance of this is highlighted in a a video entitled “The Big Question” which was produced by the University of Michigan Institute on the Environment. …

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