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Natural Biologics expands monogastric sales teamNatural Biologics expands monogastric sales team

Carl Jones added as poultry business development manager.

March 24, 2022

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Natural Biologics expands monogastric sales team

Natural Biologics announces the addition of Carl Jones to the sales team as poultry business development manager. Jones will serve poultry and companion animal customers across the country, working with both nutritionists and feed companies, as well as directly with producers.

“As Natural Biologics grows, we continue to search for ways to better serve our customers and provide expertise at a level that can make a big impact on their business,” said Dr. Charlie Elrod, co-founder and chief executive officer of Natural Biologics. “Carl brings a wealth of on-farm monogastric experience that will complement the level of ruminant experience we’ve built over the last seven years. Similar to the rest of the Natural Biologics team, Carl brings significant production experience, which helps us focus on solutions that are relevant and practical for livestock producers. Carl will help us diversify our offerings into the poultry and pet markets across the country.”

Jones commented: “Throughout my career, I strove to build an understanding of just about every aspect of on-farm swine and poultry production as a facility manager, building and ventilation system advisor, and nutrition and health product manager. I’m excited to join the Natural Biologics team. They have developed a level of integrity that stands out and offer a unique opportunity to get back to working closely with customers.”

Jones spent the first 20 years of his career working as production facility manager in both the swine and poultry industries and the last ten years in various roles in animal nutrition. He holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural education from Oklahoma State University and will be based out of his home in Siloam Springs, Arkansas.

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