In his research at the University of Idaho, Dr. Garth Sasser was the first to discover that a pregnancy specific protein (PSPB) could be used in an assay for an accurate and early blood-based test for pregnancy detection in ruminant animals.
Biotracking was founded in 1992 by Dr.’s Garth and Nancy Sasser in Moscow, Idaho to develop and market this test that would be called BioPRYN (Pregnant. Ruminant. Yes. No).
Today, millions of animals (cattle, bison, goats, sheep, deer, elk, and other ruminants) are tested annually using BioPRYN through a network of domestic Affiliate Labs and international partners.
The BioTracking Team continues the tradition of developing innovative solutions for livestock and the people that care for them.