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  • DAIRYLAND LABORATORIES INC. PURCHASES FEED AND FORAGE TESTING SERVICES FROM DHIA LABORATORIES
    4-25-2022

    Dairyland Laboratories announces that it has purchased feed and forage testing services from DHIA Laboratories in Sauk Centre, MN. DHIA Laboratories will continue to provide milk and testing independe...
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  • DAIRYLAND LABORATORIES INC. AND NORTHWEST LABS LLC COLLABORATE ON FEED AND FORAGE TESTING AT JEROME, ID LOCATION
    5-14-2019

    Dairyland Laboratories Inc. is excited to announce our new collaboration with Northwest Labs, LLC, to provide feed and forage testing services from Northwest Lab’s Jerome, Idaho location. Northwest La...
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  • Dairyland Laboratories Inc. and Northwest Labs LLC

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    Dairyland Laboratories Inc. is excited to announce our new collaboration with Northwest Labs, LLC, to provide feed and forage testing services from Northwest Lab’s Jerome, Idaho location. Northwest Labs will continue to provide milk and animal diagnostic testing independent of Dairyland Laboratories
  • Dairyland Laboratories Inc. Purchases Feed and For

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    Dairyland Laboratories announces that it has purchased feed and forage testing services from DHIA Laboratories in Sauk Centre, MN. DHIA Laboratories will continue to provide milk and testing independent of Dairyland Laboratories. \r\n\r\nKyle Taysom, CEO with Dairyland Laboratories, says, “This acquisit
  • NIR or Chemistry: Choosing the Most Appropriate Te

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    Selecting the most appropriate analysis on a sample can be challenging when faced with many NIR and chemistry options. While chemistry will always be the gold standard of nutrient analysis, NIR is a secondary method which is very repeatable and economical. Dairyland offers a broad range of NIR and
  • Dairyland Soil Sampling Study

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    Dairyland Laboratories continues to conduct useful research while providing great service to our customers. Two common questions that we receive at the lab are “How many cores should be collected for each sample?” and “Does sampling depth have an influence on soil test data?” During spring 2019, we
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