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Dairyland Laboratories purchases feed, forage services from DHIA Laboratories

Acquisition re-emphasizes company's commitment to dairy market.

April 22, 2022

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Dairyland Laboratories purchases feed, forage services from DHIA Laboratories
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Dairyland Laboratories announced that it has purchased feed and forage testing services from DHIA Laboratories in Sauk Centre, Minnesota. DHIA Laboratories will continue to provide milk and testing independent of Dairyland Laboratories.

“This acquisition re-emphasizes our commitment to servicing this key dairy market through a sustainable business model that emphasizes local service with the expertise and technical support of an international network,” said Kyle Taysom, chief executive officer with Dairyland Laboratories.

Starting April 25,2022 samples will be tested at Dairyland’s Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, laboratory location.

Founded in 1958, Dairyland Laboratories is a leading agriculture testing laboratory headquartered in Arcadia, Wisconsin with satellite laboratories in Stratford and De Pere, Wisconsin; St. Cloud, Minnesota; Battle Creek, Michigan; and Jerome, Idaho. In addition, Dairyland analyses are provided by partner labs in more than 40 locations throughout the U.S. and abroad. The staff of more than 80 chemists and trained technicians use wet chemistry and near infrared (NIR) testing methods to deliver important information to agriculture producers, nutritionists and crop consultants, feed companies, researchers, crop geneticists and equipment manufacturers worldwide.

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