Dairyland Laboratories opens new facility in Stratford

Wisconsin State Farmer

Dairyland Laboratories recently held its ribbon cutting ceremony and is open for business in its new state of the art facility in Stratford.

Dairyland Laboratories is committed to serving the growing demand for agricultural analytical services in the greater Wisconsin area. This commitment is reflected in our brand-new facility in Stratford’s Business and Industrial Park at 709 West Meadow Street.

The 7,800 square foot facility will offer an expansion of services from our current facility to include soil testing, agronomy support and grid sampling services, plant tissue analysis and expanded feed testing to include on-site mineral assays. Centered in the heart of dairy country, Dairyland Laboratories’ Stratford location currently offers same-day, onsite feed analysis using NIR technology. Next-day services offered include full-service wet chemistry feed analysis featuring invitro fiber and starch assays, mycotoxin screening, water, manure and soil analysis.

Dairyland’s presence began in the mid-1960’s by offering milk testing to local dairymen. From its humble beginnings, Dairyland has expanded to 4 locations across Wisconsin and Central Minnesota and offers a full-range of analytical services for agriculture. Our Stratford lab currently employs three full time staff but will be growing to 12 - 15 positions in the coming months. Our experienced staff is dedicated to serving your needs and can answer any questions you have about your results in a fast and accurate manner.

Dairyland will host an open house in early Spring, with more information to come.


Dairyland Laboratories held a ribbon cutting at its new facility in Stratford: (left to right) Bud Suckow, Stratford village president; Chuck Thompson; Kyle Taysom; Dave Taysom; Tami Taysom; Glen Reit; Chuck Kahl; Barbara Farr (all of Dairyland) and Allie Knoll, president of Stratford Area Economic Development Foundation.