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Nitrate QuikTest now available

Brookings, SD – Twenty-two veterinarians at 20 clinics are now trained and certified to do the nitrate QuikTest on standing forages.

Producers should take standing forage that has been cut at ground level to SDSU Extension locations or veterinary clinics that have the testing available. Such crops include milo, corn, millet, sudan, soybeans, etc.

The test does not work on corn that has already been chopped for silage. In this situation the sample would need to be sent to a lab for quantitative analysis.

QuikTest locations:

Aberdeen Regional Extension Center


Watertown Regional Extension Center


Sioux Falls Regional Extension Center


Mitchell Regional Extension Center


Winner Regional Extension Center,


Rapid City Regional Extension Center,


Lemmon Regional Extension Center,


Pierre Regional Extension Center,


Bennett County Extension Office

Clark County Extension Office

Charles Mix County Extension Office

Douglas County Extension Office

Hamlin County Extension Office

Huron Veterinary Hospital Huron

Gregory Animal Clinic Gregory

Animal Health Center Redfield

Armour Veterinary Clinic Armour

Oahe Veterinary Clinic Pierre

Golden Veterinary Service Wall

Cheyenne River Animal Hospital Edgemont

Dakota West Animal Health Faith

Parker Veterinary Clinic Parker

Murdo Veterinary Clinic Murdo

Cook Veterinary Clinic, LLC Rapid City

Clark Veterinary Clinic Clark

Animal Clinic, LTD Winner

Dakota Hills Veterinary Clinic Rapid City

Belle Fourche Vet Clinic Belle Fourche

Sioux Nation Ag Center Freeman

Crossroads Vet Clinic Bowdle

Lake Area Veterinary Clinic Watertown

Golden Veterinary Service Milesville

Frederick Veterinary Service Frederick

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Tri-State Livestock News Updated Sep 14, 2012 12:31PM Published Sep 25, 2012 09:24AM Copyright 2012 Tri-State Livestock News. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.