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IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.

IDEXX Laboratories was founded by David Shaw in 1983 with five employees in the Old Port neighborhood of Portland, Maine to respond to a new niche market: the detection of diseases in livestock and poultry animals such as cows, pigs and chickens. Within a few years, the company distinguished itself as a leader in immunoassay kits, including the now industry-renowned SNAP® family of tests that detect diseases in animals.

By 1991, IDEXX had become a publicly traded company and over the next 25 years grew to become a world leader in veterinary diagnostic instrument development and manufacture, reference laboratory services, and dairy and water testing. Put simply, the company keeps animals healthy, and keeps milk and water safe. Today the company headquarters are located in Westbrook, Maine, where it continues to thrive.

IDEXX provides diagnostic, pregnancy, and dairy tests for managing herd health and productivity. Producers, laboratories, and veterinarians around the world depend on IDEXX diagnostic tests and technologies to make confident decisions about herd health. IDEXX pregnancy tests provide accurate results as early as 28 days whether you're testing serum, plasma or milk samples. IDEXX Dairy tests detect antibiotic residue and other contaminants in milk.

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Rapid Visual Pregnancy Test

SNAP Aflatoxin M1 Test Kit

Snap Beta-Lactam Test Kit

SNAP BVDV Antigen Test Kit

SNAP Gentamicin Test Kit

SNAP Sulfamethazine Test Kit

SNAP Tetracycline Test Kit


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