Drop Box Locations


If you would like to drop off samples our drop box locations/routes are below.

Please see our courier guidelines when collecting your samples below.

North Valley: (530) 339-2252

Tuesday/ Thursday Routes

Begins at 8 am

Carl’s Feed & Supply
811 N Tehama St, Willows

Orland Livestock
3877 County Rd 99W, Orland

Wednesday/ Friday Routes

Begins at 8 am

4D (Elk Grove Dairy Service)
10550 Arno Rd, Galt

Mid Valley Ag Service – Linden,
16401 E. HWY 26

Mid Valley Ag Service – Escalon,
15658 Escalon Bellota Rd

Escalon Auction Yard
Corner of Bellota & Lone Tree Rd, Escalon 11 am – 12 pm*

South Valley:(559) 259-9989

Thursday Routes

Begins at 8 am

Tipton Auto & Farm Supply
152 E Klindera Ave, Tipton

Between Arco & CAT Scale
30821 Hwy 99, Goshen

Riverdale Farm & Home Center
3371 W Mt Whitney Ave, Riverdale

Landmark Irrigation
20550 Golden State Blvd, Madera

Hay Growers
1849 Pacheco Blvd (Hwy 152), Los Banos

El Nido Market
10386 S Hwy 59, El Nido

Kirby Manufacturing
484 S Hwy 59, Merced

Tulare Ag Products
3233 South I St. Tulare


Do you need a special pick-up? Call your area courier to make arrangements!

Hay – Hay of different types, cuttings or lots should be sampled separately. Using a suitable hay probe, bore 12-20 bales selected at random through the small square end. Combine all core samples and submit for analysis.

Silage – Collect only fresh, unloaded material. Pull handfuls of silage from 12-20 locations in the unloaded silo pile, feed bunk, or from in front of 12-20 cows. For bunker or trench silos, collect 12-20 samples from across the face of freshly exposed material. Sampling locations should vary from top to bottom and left to right. All sub samples should be combined and mixed thoroughly in a clean plastic bucket to form a composite sample. Submit one pound (0.5 kg) of the composite for analysis.

Another option is to load a mixer wagon with silage, blend for a few minutes, and then grab a sample from the discharge.

Total Mixed Rations – Collect only freshly blended rations. Pull 12-20 handfuls of the mix from different locations in the feed bunk or from in front of 12-20 cows. All sub samples should be mixed in a clean plastic bucket to form a composite. Submit a one pound (0.5 kg) sample of the composite for analysis.