by Tim Mundorf, CCA National Training & Precision Ag Specialist With grain prices a little lower than they have been in past years we get questions at the laboratory concerning where growers can cut back their fertilizer recommendations. Balancing crop revenue vs fertilizer cost for any given year and a particular grower’s financial situation as
In response to the upcoming nutritional labeling regulations and changes, our Food and Beverage Lab Manager, Stephanie Peterson provided training and answered questions for Grow Nebraska‘s monthly training webinar. She discusses why the changes are happening, what the changes will be, the types of labels available through Midwest Labs and how to get the information you
by Dr. Jane Caldwell As the days begin to shorten and the air becomes soft and pleasant, our thoughts turn to Fall and then to Winter and then to……what am I going to feed my horse/mule until Spring? Equine owners refer to this as THE SEARCH FOR THE HOLY BALE (with apologies to King Arthur).
We are so pleased to share that we had the opportunity to work with the Today show on a segment called “Can you trust the calorie counts on restaurant menus?”. The Today show provided the meals and spent the morning at our lab capturing our process for determining calorie counts. This video segment ran on
Background Mycotoxins, as defined by Webster, are “a toxic substance produced by a fungus and especially a mold” For growers, the definition goes much deeper. Quality is the key here. Everyone is a bit cautious when buying and selling grain. Seeking professional analysis from a laboratory or local grain inspection service is the way to go. In
Driving Smart Decisions In September, our team was introduced to the following message, “Driving Smart Decisions” This short phrase sums up the way our employees come to work each day. Our goal is to work smart in order to address our clients’ analysis testing needs. Soil Kick-Off The Midwest Laboratories Associates officially kicked off the