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Breeder Alert Halter Foaling Alarm Monitoring System 995
Price: $539.99
Availability: In Stock
Allsman Enterprises, LLC Item #: 75995-795 -

The new and improved Breeder Alert system no longer has Main Unit, Antenna, and coax cable and will not depend on electrical or 12V battery power. This is a big plus. Now the Transmitter does not have to be within 600 feet of the Main Unit. The new system has better range, and the Transmitter just has to be within range of the Pocket Pager (up to a mile depending on obstructions). This will give owner more flexibility on where horses can roam or be kept. Transmitters and Pagers will still be...

Breeders Alert Pocket Pager 996
Price: $289.99
Availability: In Stock
Allsman Enterprises, LLC Item #: 75996-795 -

Brown Cling Gauze 6" x 5 yds 292
Price: $19.19
Availability: Out of Stock
Jorgensen Labratories Item #: 75292-215 -

Co-Flex Bandaging Wrap 4 Roll 290
Retail: $2.49
Was: $2.49
Sale: $1.76
Availability: In Stock
Air-Tite Products Co., Inc. Item #: 75290-795 -

Gauze Sponges 4 x 4 293
Price: $9.59
Availability: In Stock
Air-Tite Products Co., Inc. Item #: 75293-360 -

Immuno-Chek G Foal IgG Test Kit 420
Price: $125.00
Availability: In Stock
BioMetallics, Inc. Item #: 75420-605 -

The Equine Immuno-Chek G-Foal IgG test is a rapid 10 min blood test to measure IgG levels visually, to get a range from a color chart. The Immuno-Chek G Foal IgG test kit quickly identifies Immunodeficient foals stallside. Foals are born with NO immunoglobulin (IgG) levels and must receive adequate antibodies from the mare’s colostrum (passive transfer of IgG > 800 mg/dL). All foals should have IgG level measured after first suckling (12 -14 hours old). Foals that are immune deficient are...

Immuno-Chek G Foal IgG Test Kit 421
Price: $225.00
Availability: In Stock
BioMetallics, Inc. Item #: 75421-155 -

The Equine Immuno-Chek G-Foal IgG test is a rapid 10 min blood test to measure IgG levels visually, to get a range from a color chart. The Immuno-Chek G Foal IgG test kit quickly identifies Immunodeficient foals stallside. Foals are born with NO immunoglobulin (IgG) levels and must receive adequate antibodies from the mare’s colostrum (passive transfer of IgG > 800 mg/dL). All foals should have IgG level measured after first suckling (12 -14 hours old). Foals that are immune deficient are...