Farm Progress Livestock announces new team memberFarm Progress Livestock announces new team member
New director of strategic accounts takes the reigns of BEEF, Feedstuffs and National Hog Farmer clients and products.
March 2, 2023
Farm Progress is pleased to announce that JuLee Strub has joined the Livestock team as director of strategic accounts.
Strub brings a diverse background of professional experience, including 20-plus years in the agriculture industry. She spent her former years having worked within the marketing departments of Corteva, Diamond V and Tennessee Farmers Cooperative.
“We are excited to have JuLee on our team and look forward to the expertise and creative solutions she will bring to our BEEF, Feedstuffs and National Hog Farmer clients and products,” said Sarah Muirhead, managing director of Farm Progress Livestock.
Strub is a graduate of Murray State University in her home state of Kentucky, and she holds a master’s degree in agricultural operations management from the University of Tennessee.
Strub resides in Ankeny, Iowa, with her husband, Greg, and daughter, Carlee, a high school senior. Their oldest daughter, Jaylin, is a junior at Oklahoma State University.
As part of Informa Markets, Farm Progress is the largest, most diversified agriculture information business in North America. Through a robust network of live events, digital products, data, marketing services, broadcasting and local and national publications, Farm Progress enables the nation's most economically significant farmers, growers and ranchers to connect and do business. It serves more than 80% of the 2 million farms and ranches in the U.S., and an estimated 87% of the nation's annual agricultural gross domestic product. Learn more about Farm Progress at FarmProgress.com.
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