Here is the bill i got from the research center. Costs are: $13.95 to ship hair to NZ Cost of test is $18.46 each Plus $18.64 security fees
If anyone does this again, these are the new fees fall 2010.
Order Number: Species: No. Samples: Date Received: Animal Identifiers Result Genomnz™ Reference Breeder Sex 894411 Josie Jensen 3143 Cally Cow F A1 / A2 894413 Copeland Family Farms Ellie May F A2 / A2 894417 Alaythia Alaythia F A1 / A1 894412 Kelly Hensing AB Hensing F A1 / A2 894410 Josie Jensen 62960 Abigail F A1 / A2 894418 Alaythia Alaythia's Anna F A1 / A1 894414 Copeland Family Farms Buttercup F A1 / A2 894415 Copeland Family Farms Clover F A1 / A2 894416 Byers 62395 Ruth F A1 / A1 Monday, 13
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Post by WoodSpryte Farm/Tiffany on Oct 1, 2010 18:48:56 GMT -5
so comparing.. genetic visions in wisconsin is a blood test for the A2 gene is $40... uc davis is a hair test. $25.00 is there a difference or is one more reliable? I think tomorrow is hair pulling day. LOL.. Tif
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lanbsemana2: We feed hahaha grass hay..same as we feed the horses..we have tried more than 2 squares but she won't eat that much..she does eat green leaves off the underbrush that's in her pen area but don't think that would be enough to keep her from eating hay pic sn
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lanbsemana2: Will try to post pics tomorrowt
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