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  • DAIRYLAND LABORATORIES INC. PURCHASES FEED ANALYSIS LABORATORY FROM WAYPOINT ANALYTICAL
    3-3-2023

    Dairyland Laboratories announces that it has purchased the feed laboratory from Waypoint Analytical in Leola, PA. Waypoint will continue to provide other services at the Leola, PA location.
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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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  • Sample Management Center Highlight: Sample Status

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    Want to know if your sample made it to the lab yet? Curious when you can expect the results to be published? Need to double check if you ordered the right analysis?\r\nThe answers can be found on the Feed > Status page of portal.dairylandlabs.com or Dairyland’s Android and iOS apps. Recent updates t
  • 6 Tips to Ensure Speedy Sample Results

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    When clients send in samples for analysis, we know they would like those results as soon as possible. Most of the time, various decisions and someone’s business is impacted by those results. While trying to get those results back to you in a timely manner, our team of lab technicians are continual
  • 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
  • Proper Sample Identification

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    Providing detailed sample descriptions is rarely a top of mind concern when filling out sample submission forms. Several Dairyland employees, who previously were Dairyland customers, have stated variations of, “If I had known how important sample identification was when I was sending in samples, I
  • 12 hr NDFD - A tool for differentiating alfalfa a

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    Enough with the NDFD time points already, right? The information across all the time points within a sample or feed type can be highly redundant (Have you ever seen a sample with high NDFD120 but low NDFD240?). Generally, the dairy industry started with time points that approximated rumen retention
  • Technical Article by Shaver

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    Corn Silage Evaluation:  MILK2000 Challenges and Opportunities with MILK2006  \r\n\r\nWritten by Randy Shaver, Professor and Extension Dairy Nutritionist, Department of Dairy Science, College of Agricultural and
  • Chloride by NIR Now Available for Forages

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    For more than 30 years, Dairyland has avoided including chloride in NIR packages because mineral accuracy by NIR is poor and we felt DCAD balancing should be done using chemistry or XRF analyses.\r\n\r\nThose facts haven’t changed. Mineral analysis by NIR is always going to be risky because minerals do
  • Mill Quality Assurance

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  • Drop Box and Routes

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    Dairyland provides convenient drop box locations for our customers, ensuring their samples arrive in a timely manner and NIR results are reported the next business day. \r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
  • Resources

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    Dairyland Laboratories offers a wide variety of resources for livestock producers, researchers, nutritionists and others interested in agricultural analysis. \r\n\r\nThe following pages include forms to fill out electronically, articles, papers, presentations, and packaging & pricing
For more information call Dairyland Laboratories, Inc. at 608-323-2123 or contact us here.