The presence of certain bacteria in ready-to-use boar semen can detrimentally affect semen quality over time. Consequently, the use of contaminated semen may result in poor fertility (returns to oestrus) and endometritis (vaginal discharges) in recipient females. Most bacteria found in contaminated ready-to-use boar semen belong to the Enterobacteriaceae family. Among them, Serratia marcescens is […]


Dr. René Lallier, President of Biovet, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Jules Lallier, BBA, MHK as Sales Manager. Mr. Lallier started at Biovet in the summer of 2005 in various positions (customer service, receiving samples, etc.). After graduating from HEC with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, he left St-Hyacinthe in 2011 […]


Biovet is proud to announce that its Agri-Food Microbiology Laboratory has been certified by the Canadian Standards Council (SCC) as “Conforms with requirements of CAN-P-1587, CAN-P-4E (ISO/IEC 17025)”. This concerns a National Standard Method for Salmonella Enteritidis Culture and Isolation from Poultry Environmental Samples, approved by the CFIA. Biovet operates a laboratory accredited by CFIA […]


Biovet now offers IMPROVED Digestive Profiles for canine and feline with two additional pathogens.* « These real-time PCR tests for the detection of the main infectious agents of the digestive tract of the dog and the cat are performed in our laboratories enabling us to get fast results. Each element of these profiles can be ordered […]