University of Maine Cooperative Extension Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory

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

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


Hours:

Closed 7/04/2022, 4th of July

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

June Update: More States with HPAI, This Time in the South

Please keep your bird biosecurity up!

Submitted by Anne Lichtenwalner, DVM Ph.D., University of Maine Associate Professor of Animal and Veterinary Sciences and Director of the UMaine Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
READ THE ARTICLE: USDA Confirms Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Georgia

Latest Updates About Avian Influenza

HPAI Notice

The Maine state veterinarian has asked that UMaine Extension encourage any bird owner with possible avian flu (HPAI) cases (sudden deaths, unexplained severely ill birds) to call this hotline number:  866.536.7593.

If poultry are ill or have died, but the onset of symptoms was slower, or the owner suspects Marek’s disease or other non-HPAI cause of loss, then they are encouraged to contact our Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at 207.581.3874.


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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.

University of Maine Cooperative Extension COVID-19 Health and Safety Guidance

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