Kemin Welcomes New Employees to its Animal Nutrition and Health Division


Kemin welcomes Jeff Boardman and Mark Bellamy to the commercial sales team for the animal nutrition and health division in North America. In other division news, Dr. Mark Bienhoff transitions to the commercial sales team from product management.

Mark Bellamy will serve as a key account manager for the poultry market in Georgia and South Carolina. Previously, Bellamy spent 13 years at Pilgrim’s building relationships with producers and managing broiler operations. Bellamy has also worked at Cagle’s Farms, Inc. and Cantrell Machine Company. Bellamy graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in agriculture, emphasizing in poultry science.

Jeff Boardman will serve as a key account manager for the feedlots of Nebraska and Kansas.  Boardman will also contribute to the ruminant and feed mill market segments in this area. Prior to joining Kemin, Boardman was a manager with Frenchmen Valley COOP. He has also held sales positions with Alpharma, Fort Dodge Animal Health and Imperial Holly Sugar.  Boardman graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Science in interdisciplinary agriculture.

Mark Bienhoff, D.V.M, will serve as key account manager for the pathogen reduction product, SalCURB®. SalCURB® is designed to maintain Salmonella negative status of complete feeds and feed ingredients for up to 21 days. Bienhoff joined Kemin in 2009 as a product manager for CLOSTAT®, KEM-GESTTM and SalCURB®.  Bienhoff holds a Bachelor of Science in animal science and nutrition and a doctorate in veterinary medicine from Kansas State University.