Effective October 15, 2021:

Access to campus, university facilities, and buildings for visitors and employees: University System campuses and buildings, in general, are open. Visitors — along with students, staff, and faculty — are currently required to wear face coverings, at all times, indoors at this time, regardless of vaccination status.

Many events or activities for which visitors would come to campus also will require evidence of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

For more information about face coverings, vaccination requirements, and other such protocols, please visit the UMS Community Guidance For Everyone page.

Contact University of Maine Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at 207.581.3874 or email umvdl@maine.edu.



Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

CLOSED Monday January 17th, 2022

Here's What We Do:

Direct to Animal Owners and Veterinarians:

  • Necropsy – Livestock/Poultry
  • Mastitis Testing
  • Salmonella Environmental Testing (FDA Compliant SE Testing)

Veterinarian Submission Only:

  • Dogs
  • Cats
  • Horses
  • Other Pets

Submit a Sample

For more information on what we do and our policies, visit our About Us page.

Is Your Question About an Animal Not Listed Here? Please Contact Us 

Visit the Maine Veterinary Medical Association website to find a veterinarian in your area.
We encourage all our clients to develop a good working relationship with a clinical veterinarian.

Looking for a Large Animal Veterinarian? Visit the New Farmers website’s What Veterinarians Treat Large Animals? page.

Would you like to hear about livestock or gardening news, upcoming Extension events, and more?

Subscribe to Cooperative Extension lists on Piscataquis County’s E-Mail Newsletter Sign-up page.