MV/CAE/EAE/Johne’s disease tests normally take 5-17 working days, with delays possible during very busy periods. Please help us to achieve turnaround times by making sure you have filled in the necessary paperwork.

Monitoring scheme rules & guides

PSGHS monitoring rules

Information about sampling, testing and biosecurity for MV and Johne’s disease. (Note: not accreditation).
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PSGHS monitoring quick guide (mobile-friendly)

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Testing, submission & other forms

If this is your first health schemes test we require our membership application form (for Accreditation and Monitoring Schemes) to be completed and returned with the samples. We cannot process the samples without this form.

Membership application form

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Monitoring scheme submission form

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PSGHS Test and price lists


View and search our tests available through the Premium Sheep & Goat Health Scheme.
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Find a downloadable and printable copy of our PSGHS test and price list here.
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Sample requirements & sending samples

PSGHS blood samples – please use red top tubes. Samples should be dispatched to us within 48 hours of collection and refrigerated until dispatch.

Non-Health Scheme testing – Please provide an extra blood sample/animal if you require non-Health Scheme tests done along with your Health Scheme tests. The correct submission form for non-health scheme testing should be used.

Please send all PSGHS samples to: SRUC Veterinary Services, Greycrook, St. Boswells, TD6 0EQ / Tel: 01835 822 456 / Email:

Monitoring Scheme submission form

For more information please see our sample and reporting policy, terms and conditions, privacy policy and quality policy. 

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