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List of species

We test all the most common species: Sun Conures, African Greys, Macaws, Cockatoos, Green Cheek, Silkie Chickens, etc.
These are the complete list of bird species we currently sex. If you can’t find yours, please call or email us at info@iqbirdtesting.com.

Our list has scientific names. If you don’t know your bird scientific name just Google the common name and the scientific name will be on the first page

collection of samples

DNA Bird Gender Determination (Sexing) can be performed with

  • Blood samples
  • Feather samples
  • Eggshell samples

Follow the steps to collect the samples

How to place an order

All samples must be register in a order before sending them to our laboratory.
Please read and follow instructions carefully since final results might be compromised if the order is not correctly placed and samples are not properly collected.

  • DNA bird gender testing
  • Psittacosis test
  • PBFD test
  • Polyomavirus test
  • Avian Bordetella
  • Pacheco’s disease
  • West Nile virus
  • PDD

Our team

Our multidisciplinary team of specialists, veterinarians and biologists will be pleased to assist you directly if necessary.

CONTACT: info@iqbirdtesting.com

PHONE: +1 305 777 1751
FAX: +1 305 592 4540

iQBiotech, Inc
1951 NW 7th AVE SUITE 160-316
Miami, Florida 33136
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Our Laboratory

Specialized in Molecular Biology and Veterinary Analysis, our laboratory offers the best service in Avian DNA Gender Testing.

Located in Florida, we receive samples from all over the USA.

With our ONLINE ORDER & REGISTRATION SERVICE, our customers can order, pay, and check their results directly from home. All the results and certificates will be sent automatically to the customer’s account.

If you are a breeder or a professional, do not hesitate to contact our team of Experts.

Our Company

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“Fast and accurate results with the lowest price.
Totally recommended”

— Tony Silva, Feb 2016. Miami.

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