Alertys OnFarm Pregnancy Test
Pregnancy testing run by farmers earlier, reliably and on your schedule!
When a cow becomes pregnant she produces pregnancy-associated glycoproteins (PAGs). These PAGs are only produced in the presence of a live embryo of fetus.
The Alertys OnFarm Pregnancy Test detects (PAGs) in whole blood (EDTA) as early as 28 days post-breeding and 60 days post-calving.
Where can I buy the Alertys OnFarm Pregnancy Test?
Not reliant on skill or prior training – anyone can run the test
Shorten calving interval by testing at day 28 post breeding
Cost-effective for testing small groups of cows
Find open animals in just 20 mins
Increase safety for you and your workers
Why use the on-farm pregnancy test?
Key Details About The Test
Sensitivity ≥ 28 days post-breeding
Specificity days post-calving
Testing run time
Test location: place and temp
Storage Temp (Farmer)
Whole blood (EDTA), serum, plasma
98.1 > 70 days post-calving
On-farm at 15-30°C
Single-use pouch (test, chase buffer, transfer pipette)
Needles, EDTA tubes, and needle holder
How the test works
The test detects highly specific markers of pregnancy in blood, serum and/or plasma: pregnancy-associated glycoproteins (PAGS). Unlike progesterone levels that fluctuate naturally during a cycle, PAGs are only produced in the presence of a live embryo or fetus.
Take blood from cow using sample collection material (needle, EDTA tube, needle holder)
Watch how to video on QR code displayed on the product packet and then run the test as instructed
Wait 20 mins:
Interpretation the results is displayed on product packet
Results in 20 mins allows you to take appropriate action quickly
Visual display shows results
The animal is PREGNANT if the test line (T) is red or pink
The animal is OPEN if no test line appears
The test should be repeated if no control line (C) appears
Important things to remember
Test needs to be run between 15-30°C
Run inside house if too cold or too hot
Invert blood-filled EDTA Tube 5 times as soon as you take blood.
In the instance of a very faint T line -> any sign of red on the T line, that cow is pregnant
Testimonials Videos from Alertys OnFarm Trials