Bull Testing

Bull testing involves a full physical exam of feet, legs, genitalia, and includes semen collection and crush sude analysis of semen motility, all in line with Australian Cattle Veterinarian Guidelines. If morphology is required this is sent away to a fully accredited specialist in veterinary semen morphology.

This can be done for bulls prior to sale from studs, commercial bulls prior to joining, or to investigate poor pregnancy rates detected at pregnancy testing.

If testing prior to joining we reccomend doing so 60-70 days prior to use to enable time for re-tests if a bull fails on the day.