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Bovine Calf Blood Non-Sterile Alsevers from Pel-Freez Biologicals

ProductsBovine Calf Blood Non-Sterile Alsevers from Pel-Freez Biologicals
Company Pel-Freez Biologicals
Item Bovine Calf Blood Non-Sterile Alsevers
Price $80.00
Description Healthy animals 10-32 weeks of age, mixed gender and breed; collected on wet ice following USDA guidelines, using Alsevers solution at 1:2 dilution
Info Pel-Freez BiologicalsPel-Freez Biologicals
P.O. Box 68
Rogers, AR 72757

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