IMPORTANT - LABORATORY TEMPORARY CLOSURE UNTIL 13th MARCH

 

Austin Davis Biologics is excited to announce that we are moving to a much larger purpose-built laboratory during March 2024.

 

Due to the complexity of moving robotics and other laboratory equipment, we will be closed for the duration of the move so no testing will be carried out.

 

Emails will be monitored sporadically as time allows.

 

The last day for EquiSal, Tapeworm Serum and Small Redworm Blood testing will be Wednesday 28th February.

 

The first day scheduled for all tests is Wednesday 13th March. 

 

All samples sent during this time will be safely stored in our fridges until testing. 

 

Please continue to use our current address until further notice as we will be using Royal Mail forwarding service as well as retaining our current address so samples will not become lost during the transition. 

 

 

 

 

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Don't leave tapeworm control to chance - carry out routine testing not routine worming! 

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The EquiSal Tapeworm Test works like a blood test but, instead, uses saliva that you collect yourself. It is very easy to use. The test tells you if you need to worm for tapeworm or not and then only worm your horse if it has a burden.

Simply incorporate tapeworm testing every six months into your targeted worming programme.

Of horses tested to date, only a third have an infection requiring treatment.