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Anpario adds two industry professionals to its U.S. team

Anpario has announced Dan Rosener has taken up the role of technical services director for the United States. In this new role, Rosener will provide technical support to the U.S. sales team and its customers. With his strong background in the U.S. swine and veterinary segments, he will also spearhead the development of Anpario’s business in these areas.

Rosener has a solid history in the animal health and nutrition industries. After obtaining his DVM degree from Iowa State University and spending a few years in practice, he has worked in a number of technical services and development roles with companies such as Boehringer Ingelheim, Danisco, Lallemand, and most recently, Pharmgate Animal Health as the director of technical services.

Jeff Little also takes up the role of national account manager. In this role, Little will help develop customized programs for poultry customers, and to enhance performance of Anpario’s products in farming operations. Little resides outside Jackson, Miss.

Little has spent his entire career in the poultry industry. After studying Poultry Science at Mississippi State University and a few years in broiler production, he has worked in a number of sales and sales management roles with Merial Select, selling and servicing their range of poultry vaccines. He most recently was the product sales manager for Merial’s coccidiosis vaccine and key account manager for a number of large broiler integrators.

“We are pleased to welcome these two industry professionals as we take the next steps in expanding and supporting our business in the USA,” says Edward Seed, general manager of Anpario U.S.

Source: Anpario U.S.

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