Names in the News, 6/3/13

Names in the News, 6/3/13

CARGILL LTD., Winnipeg, Man. — Jeff Vassart has been named president of Cargill Canada and will lead the Canadian AgHorizons business. Vassart was most recently assigned to the grains and oilseed business in Australia.

CTB INC., Milford, Ind. — John Perkey has been named technical service representative for the PigTek Pig Equipment Group. Perkey will be responsible for providing product training, technical help and support to customers and distributors in the U.S. and Canada. He was most recently press room coordinator.

KINCANNON & REED, Research Triangle Park, N.C. — Dr. Heiri Gugger has been named managing director of the Research Triangle Park office. Gugger was previously with Syngenta Crop Protection.

PHARMTECH INTERNATIONAL, Des Moines, Iowa — Jennie Davis has joined the company as office administrator. Davis will be responsible for facilitating domestic and international shipments. She will also be responsible for processing customer order requests.

Chelsea L. Eggers has joined the company to provide business and product development. Eggers will be responsible for the creative development and implementation of new products. She will also be responsible for the development of new business relationships as well as growing relationships with existing clients.

SUPERIOR FARMS, Davis, Cal. — Rick Stott has been named chief executive officer for Superior Farms Lamb. Stott was previously with Agri Beef.

ZINPRO CORP., Eden Prairie, Minn. — Dr. Daryl Kleinschmit has joined the Research & Nutritional Services team as dairy research nutritionist. Kleinschmit will be responsible for providing dairy nutrition technical services in the Upper Midwest region of the U.S. and designated international markets. He will also be responsible for overseeing various dairy research studies.

Volume:85 Issue:22

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