NutriQuest welcomes new members to swine nutrition team

Mark Newcomb, Ph.D., has joined NutriQuest as senior swine nutritionist. He will be responsible for assisting clients in enhancing and maintaining nutrition programs for their swine operations with the goal of helping them accomplish their production and financial objectives. Prior to joining NutriQuest, Newcomb served as vice president of sales and marketing, NAFTA Region, for Hamlet Protein. Newcomb received his Ph.D. in swine nutrition from the University of Illinois. He currently lives in Kentucky.

Nick Shelton, Ph.D., has joined NutriQuest as swine nutritionist. He will work with the Nutrition Solutions team and will be responsible for assisting clients in enhancing and maintaining nutrition programs for their swine operations with the goal of helping them accomplish their production and financial objectives. Prior to joining NutriQuest, Shelton served as director of Nutrition and Product Development for International Ingredient Corp. Shelton received his Ph.D. in swine nutrition from Kansas State University. He currently lives in Missouri.

Sarah Weiland, MS, has joined NutriQuest as nutrition technician. She will be responsible for assisting the swine nutrition team in developing custom nutrition programs for clients and working on special projects to advance NutriQuest product development and support the needs of customers. Weiland recently earned her Master of Science degree from Iowa State University in swine nutrition. She lives in Des Moines, Iowa.

These additions bring a total of 10 swine nutritionists to NutriQuest serving roles in nutrition consulting, product development and technical support.

NutriQuest, headquartered in Mason City, Iowa, delivers targeted breakthrough solutions to animal producers via nutritional and non-nutritional products, services and technologies. For more information contact NutriQuest at 641-424-4798 or visit NutriQuest.com.

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