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July 10, 2015

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Names in the News, 7/13/15

ALLFLEX USA INC., Dallas, Texas — Brian Bolton has been named chief operating officer of Allflex Group worldwide. Bolton was most recently president of Allflex USA.

Glenn Fischer has been named president. Fischer will be responsible for North American business, including production, administration and his current oversight of commercial activities. He was most recently senior vice president.

ARYSTA LIFESCIENCE NORTH AMERICA, Cary, N.C. — Brian Battles has joined the company as senior technical sales manager for the Midwest region-Central Plains states. Battles will provide agronomic support to territory sales managers and his region. He was previously with Frontier Ag Inc.

CARGILL, Hopkins, Minn. — John Niemann has been appointed president of Cargill Turkey & Cooked Meats, effective Aug. 1. Niemann is currently president of Cargill Food Distribution.

Chris Roberts will become the leader of the Cargill Value Added Protein unit, effective Aug. 1. Roberts is currently president of the egg business.

Sonya Roberts will become managing director of the egg portion of Cargill Value Added Protein, effective Aug. 1. Roberts is currently head of sales and marketing for the salt business.

Tom Windish has been named president of Cargill Food Distribution, effective Aug. 1. Windish is currently commercial business leader for Cargill Beef.

MOTOMCO, Madison, Wis. — Cody Massey has joined the technical sales team as territory manager for the northwestern U.S. Massey will represent the product line to crop input suppliers, poultry and swine producers as well as farm store chains and independent dealer stores in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming.

NEDAP, Whapeton, N.D. — Brad Carson has joined the U.S. swine team as a sales representative. Carson will provide support to dealers and producers on new technologies in the swine industry.

NUTRIAD, Dendermonde, Belgium — Gim Chong Ho has been appointed commercial/technical manager aquaculture Southeast Asia. Ho will consult with aquaculture farmers and feed millers on day-to-day performance and health challenges. He was previously with the University of Putra Malaysia.


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