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Feedworks USA adds three to ruminant division

Article-Feedworks USA adds three to ruminant division

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Don Larson, Suzanne Lois and Danny Wright will help support dairy and beef operators throughout North America. 

In response to tremendous growth and opportunity, Feedworks USA Ltd., is proud to announce the addition of three new teammates to the company’s ruminant division. Don Larson, Suzanne Lois and Danny Wright join Feedworks USA to help support animal health and production efficiencies for dairy and beef operators throughout North America. 

Feedworks USA specializes in the marketing and sales of feed ingredients manufactured by global companies. Key products in the current portfolio are Agolin Ruminant, ETX-5, Calmin and Salmate.

Don Larson joins the company as technical ruminant sales manager for Wisconsin. He previously worked with Vita Plus, Church & Dwight, Phibro Animal Health and most recently served as the dairy specialist manager at Northside Elevator.

Covering northern Illinois, southern Wisconsin and eastern Iowa, Suzanne Lois will serve as an independent ruminant technical sales agent responsible for both sales and marketing of specific products. Suzanne previously worked for ADM, Genex, Fermented Nutrition and most recently served as sales manager with Complete Feed Service.

Danny Wright joins Feedworks as national ruminant organic manager working with key organic producers and organizations throughout the United States. He previously worked with HJ Baker and most recently served as the director for special projects at Perdue AgriBusiness.

“With the tremendous growth and interest in Feedworks products, our leadership team is focused on ensuring outstanding technical and sales support and helping our customers improve animal health and their bottom lines,” said Tom Elliott, Feedworks USA ruminant manager. “It is a testament to the vision, products and people at Feedworks that we are able to attract these three seasoned professionals with impressive backgrounds and proven track records. They will have an immediate impact on our business and support our mission to meet our customers’ evolving needs. And it doesn’t stop with these three hires — there will be more additions to the team in the very near future.”


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