Texas A&M AgriLife Fecal Egg Counting Lab
The Texas A&M AgriLife Fecal Egg Counting Lab, FEC, conducts roundworm egg counts for sheep and goat producers to use in building resistance to parasites.
7887 U.S. Highway 87 North
San Angelo, TX 76901
M-F 8 a.m.-5p.m.
The Texas A&M AgriLife Fecal Egg Counting Lab, FEC, offers accurate roundworm egg counts for sheep and goat producers. This analysis is intended to help producers make informed genetic selection decisions regarding parasite resistance. The lab does not provide diagnostic services or veterinary advice on animal treatment.
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