I purchased this when I was in the breeding business, I have since sold my stud and therefore will not be needing this anymore. This included the hard carrying case and also the training video My price is a lot less. $1500 firm Please contact me via email email@example.com
I have copied and pasted the info from the Animark website.
Ultrasound Pregnancy Detectors for Livestock
Our electronic pregnancy detectors are highly accurate and easy to use. Used externally, they are more convenient and safer for the animal than palpation or internal ultrasound units.
With Animark ultrasound instruments, you can expect to
Detect pregnancy as soon as 14 days after breeding.
Check at your convenience, in 1-2 minutes.
Check as often as you like, any time until birth.
Cull, keep, or rebreed on accurate information.
Save on vet bills.
PREGSCAN For Mares and Cows
Detects pregnancy easily and accurately
The Pregscan is a fully external, A-scope ultrasound machine used for the detection of pregnancy in horses, cows, and other large animals. The Pregscan will provide accurate information about the reproductive status of your animals, allowing you to increase herd efficiency, decrease costs, and improve your profitability.
The ultrasound instrument displays the exact location of density changes or tissue interfaces in your animal. When properly aimed at the uterus, the display will show a pattern or spike indicating pregnancy and no spike if the animal is open. Because the animal's uterus changes density soon after conception, you can identify pregnancy as early as 14 days after breeding.
This unit is specifically calibrated to recognize the tissue change upon conception in large animals. With sophisticated electronics and digital output, the Pregscan is 98% accurate at detecting pregnancy.
How well did the Pregscan work? Were you able to detect pregnancies as accurately as the manufacturer states? Thanks.
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