Names in the News, 3/4/13

Names in the News, 3/4/13

AGRARIAN MARKETING CORP., Middlebury, Ind. -- Jeff Lorenz has joined the company as swine sales and product specialist. Lorenz will be responsible for promoting and developing the swine product line throughout the U.S.

AGRI-NUTRITION CONSULTING INC., DeForest, Wis. -- Heather Hunt has been named dairy technical specialist. Hunt will implement on-farm planning and will assist in recruiting new consultants and businesses in Ohio, Indiana and Michigan. She was previously with Trouw Nutrition USA.

ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND CO., Decatur, Ill. -- Gregory Morris has been promoted to president, North American Oilseed Processing. Morris will continue to oversee the company's North American Oilseeds Processing businesses and Specialty Products business. He was most recently vice president of North American Oilseed Processing.

FARM CREDIT ADMINISTRATION, McLean, Va. -- Roger Paulsen has been named deputy director of the Office of Examination. Paulsen will examine and oversee the Farm Credit System. He will continue to direct the development and execution of enforcement and special supervision activities and will provide key input in planning and directing other programs. He was most recently director of the Risk Supervision Division.

KENT NUTRITION GROUP INC., Muscatine, Iowa -- Mike Gauss has been promoted to director of manufacturing and distribution. Gauss will be responsible for plant operations, quality assurance and safety for the Feed Division. He was most recently project engineer.

Peter Howe has rejoined the company as dairy specialist. Howe will focus on the Vermont area. He was previously dairy salesman.

Tracy Nunley has joined the company as territory sales manager, equine and country lifestyles. Nunley will manage accounts in eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland's eastern shore, Delaware and New Jersey.

Volume:85 Issue:09

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