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Coming Events:

Biotronics will be co-hosting a training and certification program November 7, 8 and 9, 2018 with the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. This will be a National Swine Improvement Federation (NSIF) full training/certification program. The course will consist of classroom education, hands-on scanning, as well as certification scanning the last day. Registrations are due by October 15th, 2018. Training Information and the Registration Form. For additional information please contact Dr. Benny Mote, Dr. Tom Baas or Renee Lysne

Swine Ultrasound Training

To schedule an ultrasound training session, please contact us.

Our ultrasound technician will travel to your location and conduct classroom along with hands-on scanning practice tailored to fit your needs.

Online Lab Certification

To schedule an online lab certification for either beef or swine to become a certified lab technician for interpreting images please contact us.


Biotronics is pleased to announce that the first commercial application of BioQStation™ is online and in use weekly by the client. This follows an on-farm implementation test which went very smoothly. We have a complete BioQStation™ here at Biotronics that is available for purchase. The lead time for manufacturing the system is 3-4 months, depending on the schedule of our third-party fabricator. Contact Renée at

Contact Us

Phone: 515-233-4161
Fax:     515-233-4163

Biotronics, Inc.
Aspen Business Park
1609 Golden Aspen Drive Suite 105
Ames, Iowa 50010-8011





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Latest BioSoft Toolbox II for Swine: as of 1/3/2018

Latest BioSoft Toolbox II for Beef: as of 1/3/2018

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Visit

On March 19, 2012, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, Bill Northey made a visit to Biotronics, Inc.  Secretary Northey stopped in to get an overview on the BioQscan® pork carcass grading system that Biotronics has developed and to see a demonstration of the technology at work.  Secretary Northey is pictured with the current Board of Directors, starting on the left Tom Bass, Gene Rouse, Doyle Wilson, Bill Northey, and Viren Amin.  The BioQscan® pork grading system is currently undergoing plant trials within a major pork packing plant.