Just a few ounces of milk hold an abundance of information. Sure, there is fat and protein percent, as well as SCC, but many dairy producers are getting even more information from milk samples – helping them detect diseases, evaluate rations and assess breeding programs in relation to official herd testing.
Our customers use our services to help determine the level of milk production and analyze components in their animals’ milk so they can track health and reproductive information for their herds. Programs are available with free sample vials, customized labels, and pick-up service.
Whole Herd Weigh-Day Testing
- Components for samples include:
- Butter Fat
- MUN (Milk Urea Nitrogen)
- SNF (Solids Non Fat)
- Total Solids
Tester Contact Information
Beans Testing – Don Beans, Phone: 575-791-0125
Double K Testing – Jeff Klein, Phone: 575-626-3009
Freitas Milk Testing – Mitch, Phone: Freitas 575-626-5112
Lecheway Testing – Ray Perez, Phone: 575-420-5246
Madrid’s Testing – Matt Madrid, Phone: 575-749-4098
We are willing to work with any tester group, these are simply the ones who are working with us at this time.
Is your Herd Official?
No problem. We report directly to AgriTech, DHI Provo, AgSource and many others using a full complement of DHI software. Reports are very comprehensive and over 100 customizable reports are available. Call for details.
Enroll your Herd Today!
Dairy Herd Improvement Association (DHIA) is a national association that helps dairy producers create and manage records and data about their cows for use in making management decisions. The associations were originally organized by state, and as with many services, have consolidated into regional services. The services that DHIA programs offer have also grown over the years. Traditional Milk testing and records services included milk production, milk fat, milk protein, Somatic Cell Count (SCC), as well as animal information on birth date, pregnancy, and number of locations.
- Eastern New Mexico Dairy Herd Improvement Association Membership Agreement
- DHIA WEST PROGRAM – HERD STATUS FORM
- Application to Transfer DHI Affiliate /Association
- REQUEST TO TRANSFER BETWEEN DAIRY RECORDS PROCESSING CENTERS
- Using milk fatty acid data to improve bulk tank milk fat and protein content and production