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Eryn Oldham brings a wealth of digital media experience.
May 15, 2023
Eryn Oldham joined Select Sires’ communications department following her graduation from The Ohio State University in early May. With a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications and a minor in agricultural production, Oldham brings a wealth of digital media experience to Select Sires.
“Eryn’s energy, industry knowledge and dynamic skillset will complement our creative team of communications specialists,” said Leslie Maurice, director of communications at Select Sires Inc. “We look forward to collaborating with Eryn and incorporating her ideas and media strategies to better connect with our farmer-owners and deliver the genetic and reproductive resources that they find most valuable.”
Oldham currently resides in Columbus, Ohio and was active in 4-H and FFA programs throughout her youth. As an undergraduate student, she leveraged communications internships with Willoughby Livestock and Farm Science Review. These internships were heavily focused on video production and digital content creation. In addition to her videography experience, Oldham has completed editorial work and most recently served as the assistant editor for the AgriNaturalist student-run magazine. Oldham has acquired and developed valuable communications skills from her experiences that provide her with a solid foundation to create promotional and educational content for the Select Sires federation and the cooperative’s farmer-owners.
Based in Plain City, Ohio, Select Sires Inc., is the largest global A.I. cooperative and is comprised of six farmer-owned and -controlled local organizations in the United States. As the industry leader, it provides highly fertile semen, as well as excellence in service and programs to supply dairy and beef producers with the world’s best genetics.
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