Dr. Hilary Pavlidis joins CSA Animal Nutrition

Dr. Pavlidis to provide technical consulting, assist in developing new client relationships.

November 11, 2021

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Dr. Hilary Pavlidis joins CSA Animal Nutrition

CSA Animal Nutrition is pleased to announce that Dr. Hilary Pavlidis has joined its team as a technical service specialist. 

Dr. Pavlidis will provide technical support primarily to CSA’s poultry and egg producer clients. She will help customers analyze performance data and identify priority areas where they may improve their economic outcome. She will also use her training and research experience to assist customers with field trials, as well as research initiatives for CSA.  

“We are excited to have Hilary join our CSA team and expect that her education, training and experience will deliver value to our customers,” said Charles Shininger, president of CSA Animal Nutrition. “CSA also expects to utilize her experience with conducting research trials to advance our nutrition technology and feeding programs. She will focus on providing support to CSA clients with her problem-solving technical skills. CSA continues its investment in a talented team with practical experience to provide superior nutrition services and high value to our clients.”

Prior to joining CSA Animal Nutrition, Dr. Pavlidis gained animal industry experience as a technical service specialist and served as director of global research for Diamond V, where she directed R&D activities for innovation and product support. Hilary earned her bachelor’s degree in science from Virginia Tech, and an master’s degree and doctorate from the University of Arkansas in poultry breeding & genetics. Following graduation, Dr. Pavlidis worked as the program geneticist for Nicholas Turkeys and later as a pedigree geneticist at Cobb-Vantress. Hilary’s species knowledge includes turkeys, broilers, and breeders and she has a passion for using data to problem solve real production issues. Dr. Pavlidis brings valuable experience from her 15-year technical career working in animal agriculture to the team at CSA Animal Nutrition.    

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