Dairyland Laboratories Now Offers Mycotoxin Analysis via HPLC Tandem Mass Spectrometry In-House

Dairyland Laboratories Now Offers Mycotoxin Analysis via HPLC Tandem Mass Spectrometry In-House

Dairyland Laboratories announces that it is now offering in-house mycotoxin analysis via HPLC mass spectrometry, which is the gold standard method of analysis for mycotoxin testing in the industry.  This investment in technology makes Dairyland Laboratories the only independent commercial laboratory performing this testing in the United States. 

Dave Taysom, President of Dairyland Laboratories says, “By bringing an HPLC-MS/MS in-house at Dairyland, we are able to ensure our customers superior accuracy and data consistency, free from false positive or erroneous results that can occur with other methods. We have improved turnaround time for all mycotoxin testing. HPLC-MS/MS allows for one method for all feeds and forages, and customers will find nutrient, mycotoxin and mold data on one report (when applicable).”

For those interested in how HPLC-MS/MS can improve your mycotoxin testing program, signup for a webinar with us by emailing [email protected] We will cover the science behind the method, why the packages are designed to cover the most common use cases and how our mycotoxin testing program will provide you with real value for your testing dollars.

Dairyland Laboratories is a completely independent laboratory providing extensive analysis of feed, forage, soil, water, manure, molds and mycotoxins.  Established in 1958, they have grown to become a primary supplier of agriculture analysis with customers in 42 states, 6 Canadian Provinces and over a dozen foreign countries.

About Dairyland Laboratories

Founded in 1958, Dairyland Laboratories is a leading agriculture testing laboratory headquartered in Arcadia, Wisconsin with satellite laboratories in Stratford and De Pere, Wisconsin and St. Cloud, Minnesota, Battle Creek, MI and Jerome, ID. 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 75 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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