ultrasound preg test

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I understand they're quite expensive, but you have probably already taken that into consideration. I think I would thoroughly investigate availability of training and support by the manufacturer or seller after purchase. I would think the skill needed to operate an ultrasound and correctly interpret the results would take time and special training to develop.<p>
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(User Above)":3plnggnm said:
: I would like to purchase an ultrasound to do my own preg testing. Any advice would be appreciated.<p>From what I've been told and that was several years ago, the equipment to do ultrasound carcass testing was about $35,000. I don't know if it is the same type of equipment used in pregnancy testing. I would imagine there would be lots of info available at universities with a good ag program. TSR
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