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The Wenger Group promotes Eric Cupp

Cupp will take ownership in driving and overseeing daily operations.

The Wenger Group Inc. announced this week that Eric Cupp has been promoted to Benton Dairy Mill Manager, effective October 1, 2021. Cupp most recently served as manufacturing trainer and quality assurance assistant.

Prior to joining the company, Cupp served as plant manager at Kent Nutrition Group in Waterloo, Iowa.

A resident of Harrisburg, he earned an associate’s degree of in arts from Rock Valley College.

“Eric has been working alongside the Benton Team to stabilize and provide daily support over the past months,” said Brad Wagner, senior vice president and chief operating officer for The Wenger Group. “In this new role, he will take ownership in driving and overseeing daily operations as well as be a key business partner to the Wenger Dairy Business Unit working in collaboration with the sales team and managing feed deliveries. I am confident that Eric will continue to be a great asset to the Wenger Team and am excited for him as he takes on this new opportunity.”

The Wenger Group Inc. is a leading family-owned agricultural products and services organization, which includes Wenger Feeds LLC, Nutrify LLC, Dutchland Farms LLC, Risser Grain LLC, and Hoober Feeds. With over 450 team members and ten feed milling locations in two states, the company is a regional provider of poultry, swine, and dairy feeds, performance ingredient solutions, conventional and specialty eggs, grain, fertilizer, and allied services in the Mid-Atlantic Region.



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