Medical Research

Animal Research Perception vs Reality

Foundation of Biomedical Research (www.fbresearch.org) has been kind enough to provide us with the valuable information written in the above article. Medical Research is often misunderstood due to the limited amount of information shared to the public so this is one way we can partner with FBR in helping to educate and share the facts […]

Sheep

Sheep is another species that Oak Hill Genetics is able to provide through our sister company Frisco Farms.  Frisco Farms is a Class B licensed company that allows us to supply high health sheep.  Polypay, Suffolk and Hair Sheep are all breeds we supply.

  • Entire herd – OPP Negative
  • Vaccinated
  • Q Fever tested individually
  • Vet checked/blood work performed prior to shipment

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The Pig Motel

Biomedical research animal housing facility coming soon!

Natural Protector

Ripley is another great example of how dogs can be man’s best friend. He was raised at our facility until about six months of age, at this point he was transported to a facility in California. After spending some time there he was adopted to a family in southern California that happened to have a […]

Animal Research Perception vs Reality

Foundation of Biomedical Research (www.fbresearch.org) has been kind enough to provide us with the valuable information written in the above article. Medical Research is often misunderstood due to the limited amount of information shared to the public so this is one way we can partner with FBR in helping to educate and share the facts […]

Improving Lives

Socialized and happy dogs are very important to us here at Oak Hill Genetics. Each dog is played with regularly and one of the people that is integral to our team is Philip. One of the things that is important in socializing is starting the interaction properly at a young age. This is what Philip […]

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Impressed Pathologist

“Our pathologist made several pointed comments about how ‘clean’ the animals from this study were; that is without cellular evidence of pre-existing or existing disease in any of the organs assessed. Of all the many analyses conducted at her lab, these animals reflected the best health status she had ever seen, and she was very impressed.”

Well taken care of!

I can tell your pigs are well taken care of. They don’t seem to be skiddish/mean or crazy. This tells me you don’t have people mistreating them.

We appreciate all you do!

Thank you so much for the outstanding service and communication in making our experience perfect! We appreciate all you do!

Linda S.

Our Values

Our Purpose:
To live and conduct business in a way that glorifies and pleases God.

Our Vision:
To add value to others lives.

Our Mission Statement:
To raise happy healthy animals for biomedical research.

Our Values:
To Live the Golden Rule.

 Humility, Integrity, Courteous-Cooperation.

 

 

Using these statements, guides the decisions we make.  It also helps keep us on the same page. Striving for a similar goal, results in a stronger team.  Proverbs 29:18 “Where there is no vision, the people perish.”

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Welcome to Oak Hill Genetics

Oak Hill Genetics raises high quality biomedical research animals. Our goal is to provide the research community with quality animals and responsive service to meet your needs.

License Info:

Class “A” licensee must apply to the United States Department of Agriculture for a license and meet all the requirements for housing, animal care and adequate record keeping. All animals must be properly identified with both an individual ID and facility ID where they were born. This ensures that the linage of the animals can be traced to the facility and internally as well. The class “A” license does not allow buying and reselling animals from random sources. This applies to housing animals not born and raised here as well. This is administrated by the United States Department of Agriculture by unannounced inspections. The inspections include evaluating all animals for proper animal care and proper filing of all records.

USDA handbook Subchapter A – Animal Welfare   Class “A” licensee (breeder) means a person subject to the licensing requirements under part 2 and meeting the definition of a breeder (1.1) and whose business involving animals consists only of animals that are bred and raised on the premises in a closed or stable colony and those animals acquired for the sole purpose of maintaining or enhancing the breeding colony.