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Livestock Nutrition Center hires new chief operating officer

Robert Schubert brings over twenty years of experience in the feed industry.

The Livestock Nutrition Center (LNC) announced it has appointed Robert Schubert as the company’s chief operating officer. He will join the company’s senior management team.

Schubert most recently served as managing director of North America Beef / Pork / Poultry for Cargill Animal Nutrition. Schubert brings over twenty years of feed experience across multiple geographies and segments of the feed industry. During his tenure at Cargill, Robert led the rollout of significant operational expansion and capital expenditures.

"Robert brings a deep understanding of the feed industry and commercial cattle producers. Livestock Nutrition Center has grown tremendously over the past five years. He is ideally suited to lead our growing team and accelerate the commercialization of our High Density Nutrition portfolio," said Ben Baer, president of LNC.

Schubert’s background in the animal nutrition industry and efficiently scaling businesses make him an excellent fit for Livestock Nutrition Center. He will oversee LNC’s fulfillment, trucking, procurement, business development, innovation, and safety teams.

“As the son of a cattle rancher and having worked with Livestock Nutrition Center as a strategic partner for years, I was inspired by their passionate focus on commercial cattle producers. LNC relentlessly talks about how they can help cattle producers improve and maximize the value of their nutrition programs,” Schubert said. “I’m excited to join a company that works directly with producers and acts as a trusted partner to improve their operations. LNC and I share the belief that businesses are successful when their customers grow and become more profitable.”

Schubert holds a bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness from Texas A&M University.

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