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  • 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
  • Methods

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    Dairyland Laboratories uses a wide array of test methods to provide our clients with the most accurate analyses possible for all of the materials we test. Our methods to analyze Feed & Forage are based on the latest research findings and technical methodologies available within the feed indus
  • Articles

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    This is a collection of articles published by Dairyland Laboratories, Inc. or distributed with permission.\r\n\r\nIn the News
  • Forage Superbowl

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  • Is there a role for NIR on the farm? Part 1

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    Reprinted from Dairy Herd Network...The last five years have illustrated a renewed interest in bringing NIR feed testing technology to the farm. In the following three part series we hope to shed some light on the current efforts to bring NIR to the farm, illustrate where some limitations are, and
  • Understanding your results

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    For more information about the importance of water quality, read: “The Most Essential Nutrient: Water” by Dr. David K Beede of the Department of Animal Science, Michigan State University.  The report emphasizes basic information about water nutrition of cows and calves, predictin
  • Milk 2006

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    Using MILK 2006 to Evaluate Corn Silage\r\n\r\nMILK 2006 is the latest adaptation of the widel
  • Corn Stalk Nitrate Testing

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    Late Season Corn Stalk Nitrate Test\r\n\r\nA key to improving nitrogen management over time is having dependable feedback as to how well your nitrogen management plan is working. The information you obtain from the Late Season Corn Stalk Nitrate Test can be very useful for improving yield, o
  • Cost-Sharing

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    Many federal, state and local cost-sharing programs and grant programs operate throughout the US to encourage conservation and land stewardship. Brief information about certain various programs is available at links below. Landowners or managers should check with their lo
  • History

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    A Rich Heritage of Trust\r\n\r\nWhen Dairyland Laboratories began, founder Glen Reit and his
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