Opening an account at Midwest Laboratories is as easy as completing the form found in this link and mailing, emailing or faxing this information to Midwest Laboratories. Turnaround time is one day.
Click on this LINK to access the form
Account Holder Benefits
- Access to all testing history online.
- Reports will be emailed, faxed and sent through the mail.
- Sample Supplies can be ordered online
- Access to paying invoices online at your convenience.
Midwest Laboratories gives clients the option to pay invoices online. ((Free Service))
This feature allows clients to pay at their convenience and save the cost of postage with mailing it in. Very easy to use. Check it out.
Pay Invoices Online
Today’s Featured Service | Field Mapping Package Discount
Are you aware that with your account setup at Midwest Laboratories, you can receive discounts on AgriData Mapping?
If you are interested in mapping, talk to a representative at Midwest Laboratories and open an account to start receiving savings on your mapping service.
A large number of clients are taking advantage of this service and it is a nice compliment to your soil sampling plan and soil testing results.
Today’s Topic – Soil Probes
Soil Probes are being ordered by a number of growers this month.
It is a good idea to get soil sampling supplies ordered now before the big rush in September to insure that you have your supplies on hand. If you have questions, you can check out the soil probes on the eStore or call us directly at 402-334-7770 – Shipping Department.
Vitamin Testing – Today’s Featured Analysis
Vitamin Testing has really picked up in the last few years as food producers are trying to find ways to incorporate vitamins into their food products. Midwest Laboratories has invested in the latest technology to analyze vitamins and currently has received a lot of praise for its analysis in this area. Vitamin analysis includes Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, Vitamin C and others.
Great Example of Vitamins in a Food Product
Check out this product for detailed information on how important vitamins are in feed.
When looking at Vitamin analysis, the first step should be to discuss requirements with our staff and to make sure requirements are being met. Our Vitamin analysis will be moving to a new building in the next few months to help accomodate all of the requests we are currently getting.