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Annie Prokop <[log in to unmask]>
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Farm Collie Breed Conservancy and Restoration <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 1 Jul 2005 11:13:32 -0700
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It's 180.00 for the DNA test which isn't too terribly high, I had my vet draw the blood- that was 26.00 and it was around 15.00 to send it 2 day air by UPS.

Hazelanne

Lynn Smith <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I think the question, should be if a dog is affected with CEA should it be
breed at all. Many dogs with this show no side effects and there is no way
of knowing if the dog has it without testing. If I knew my dog had CEA with
no sypmptoms I do not think I would be breeding that dog.
Lynn
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From: "Annie Prokop"
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Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 8:29 AM
Subject: Re: [FARMCOLLIE] CEA and farm collies/probability


| Your right Rini- laws of chance and probability.
|
| Rini wrote:> that of the resulting pups, half of them will
be
| > carriers as well.
|
| This has been a good discussion, and I'm learning all the time (and
| could use to, says my teenager ).
| Actually, the incidence of a trait showing up in 50% of the pups works
| out if there are thousands of pups...most litters are smaller. With a
small
| sample size litter of 3 to10, the probability of a pup being a carrier is
a
| coin flip and not much effected by percentages. All could have it, or
maybe
| none have it. You can easily get five heads in a row with that coin...
|
| Rini
| "They say I have ADD but they just don't under... HEY, A CHICKEN!"
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