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Your ag extention agent could do the soil testing for you.
This would not usually be done by a vet. You would also need a culture of your eye to show that it is the same bug. In some cases DNA testing can be done to show that it is the exact same bug in your eye as is in your soil.
I have to tell you, however, that this is not a routine test. It may have to be done by a specialty lab or a government agency.
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Dr. Rick, Thanks 4ur reply. I will pay4 advice. Q?? is 'where would I go to get soil testing for raccoon round worm parasite contamination of my property?' My eye is unrelated. As a realtor/landlord, liability is HUGE. Who is, "ag extention agent could do the soil testing for you". Cant b govt cuz city hides this from public. Found out only by US info&want to force city to warn people...Tx Joanne
As a realtor/landlord, raccoon removal and sanitization of soil to eliminate round worm parasite eggs. Remedial action waste of money. City govt protects coons from harm, hides danger from public & exposure wd warn people of v serious risk thats on the rise exponentially as worst enviromental hazard in history.