Triple J Farms

3 generations

Triple J Farms is in the business of producing antiserum, radial immunodiffusion plates and labeling antiserum since 1974. For product information or browse our online shop.

80 Acres

Veterinary Division ~ Triple J Farms

Providing researchers and medical professionals with high tittered antibodies at an economical price.

Triple J Farms boards animals for antiserum productions, sells red blood cells and manufactures animal diagnostics. Triple J Farms operates on an 80-acre farm designed to humanely house sheep, goats, cows, burros and llamas. These animals are monitored and cared for by farm staff that live on site to monitor them seven days a week, morning and night.

Triple J Farms is registered with the USDA and complies with all applications of the Animal Welfare Act.

Please contact us at: (360)398-9512 or email if you would like to discuss your specific requirements.

Since 1978

1978 -

Triple J Farms starts as an extension of Kent Laboratories to manage animals as producers of polyclonal antibodies

1979 -

Triple J adds llamas to it’s goat and sheep herds

1981 -

Triple J worked on progesterone studies with Dr. Warren Foote at Utah State University

1982 -

Triple J developed Camelid IgG RID plates to meet Lloyds of London’s requirements to insure llama cria

1985 -

Triple J developed Bovine IgG RID plates to measure IgG levels in colostrum

1989 -

Triple J worked on a study of Guanaco mortality by predators and its relationship to passive transfer in Patagonia with Dr. Bill Franklin from Iowa State University

1991 -

Triple J did studies on cow colostrum as an alternative supplement to newborn llamas

1992 -

Triple J published a study on the Effectiveness of Plasma Transfusions in Immunosuppressed Neonates

1997 -

Triple J conducted studies with the University of Kentucky on the relationship of Equine IgG in spinal fluid to equine protozoan myeloencephalitis

1999 -

Triple J started using llamas as a means to develop stable monoclonal antibodies

2005 -

Washington University, Missouri published a paper on monoclonal camelid antibodies to caffeine made at Triple J Farms