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Midwest Laboratories, Inc. opened its doors for business on May 15, 1975 in Omaha, Nebraska. Since then, we’ve expanded into a 14-building campus devoted to performing a wide variety of analyses in a highly-regulated environment, providing the most thorough and customizable data in the industry.

To request a tour of facilities, please submit a Tour Request Form.

We accept samples Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm with local drop off and a drop box at our main entrance for after hours.

Soils

The soils lab opened in 1975. Ken started his dream and vision for Midwest Laboratories with soil testing. After purchasing his first lab, Ken understood that exceeding client expectations through customer support and reliable analysis would place Midwest labs as a staple in the local community.

As of today, Midwest Labs is the largest privately owned soil testing lab in North America. Our focus is to test the soil to make fertilizer recommendations. Our objective is to help you minimize fertilizer use to maximize yield. The data can then be used for better crop management, increasing yields, and sustainability.

We use in-house technology between IT, customer reporting and recommendations to deliver results on-time. We have an in-house R&D department to make sure we are always running during business hours.

Who we support:

  • Farming operations (all sizes)
  • Co-ops
  • Ag Retailers
  • Fertilizer dealers
  • Compost producers
  • Agriculture technology
  • Organic growers

Highlights:

  • Analyzed 1.8 million soil samples in 2017
  • Certified through three different organizations and seven states
  • Over 100 years of experience in the lab
  • Custom instrumentation built in-house
  • In-house agronomist that reads every outbound report

 


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