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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