The following sample supplies are available at no cost:
The following soil and hay probes can be purchased from the lab:
|30” Extension Rod||$48.00|
|1 ¼” Diameter Soil Auger||$269.00|
|1 ¼” Diameter Carbide Tip||$450.00|
|Hay Probe Tip||$55.00|
All prices are subject to change without notice. All prices are in USD.
Each sample type has its own submittal form that can be found here. Using our forms will aid in expediting your sample analysis and help ensure test accuracy for each one of your samples. When submitting samples, all samples must include:
Email address is suggested for rapid return on reports but is not required. If submitting multiple samples, you may also send us your sample submittal information in a spreadsheet.
Sample results will be mailed and/or emailed typically within 1-3 business days after samples arrive at the lab depending on the desired analysis.
Invoices are sent with the test reports. Monthly statements will show unpaid invoices and a current balance. Terms are net 30 days. Applicable finance charges will be applied on past due accounts.
Create an online account using your account details and email address to pay invoices or look at past analytical results. Please contact the laboratory with any questions. For new customers, credentials are given upon completion of your first submitted samples.
The professionals at Ward Laboratories, Inc. are available for consultation, whether the questions are in person, via the telephone, or by e-mail. Crop evaluation is available for in-field consultation for problems during the growing season. Our soil scientists, Certified Crop Advisor, soil health expert, and Professional Animal Scientist are also available for assistance at seminars and producer meetings. Please contact the laboratory for pricing and availability.
The Ward Guide is a compilation of a variety of referenced sources and our fifty plus years of experience in providing quality agricultural testing. The Ward Guide is designed to assist you in finding answers to daily production questions. It can be accessed here.