Laboratory Diagnostics

Laboratory Services

Our laboratory services surpass conventional veterinary services offering Rapid Molecular Pathogen Detection with our state-of-the-art laboratory. FarmVet Dx is the market leader in animal molecular diagnostics. We strive to provide solutions to improve clinical outcomes for animal health. Precise diagnosis may prevent unnecessary euthanasia. FarmVet Dx Laboratory Services offers veterinarians, farmers, and pet owners a minimally invasive diagnostic test, combining robotics technology and human skills to offer unprecedented services. Our affordable diagnostic testing provides accurate results, accompanied by a detailed report with consultation support.
FarmVet Dx laboratory services allow farmers and pet owners ease of access to cutting edge molecular technology used to derive screening for various diseases and issues in their animals. We take animal healthcare to unprecedented levels with affordable technology and accurate results provided briskly with complete consultancy support and detailed reports.

Accuracy and Expertise

Precise pathogen and resistance gene testing for your complex patients in less than 24 hours from specimen arrival at the lab.

Noninvasive Collection Technique

Rapid & Accurate Diagnosis

Simultaneous Pathogen Detection

Unaffected by Current Medications

Avoidance of Unnecessary Antibiotics

Antibiotic Resistance Gene Testing

How We Do It

Groundbreaking Technology

FarmVet Dx offers the farmer access to the most advanced molecular methodology for pathogen detection, semi-quantification, and resistance gene identification. FarmVet Dx delivers rapid and precise results accompanied by PharmD guidance that considers published sensitivity and susceptibility patterns, medication costs, antibiotic spectrum of activity, and FDA guidance

The end product is a animal-centered, value-based care solution that enables farmers and veterinarians to make informed treatment decisions that could avoid inappropriate therapy, excess costs, adverse drug events and the progression of disease.



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