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Topigs Norsvin announces new meat scientist

Previously, Dustin Boler was associate professor in the Meat Science Laboratory at the University of Illinois.

Topigs Norsvin is pleased to announce the appointment of Dustin Boler as meat scientist. Boler’s responsibilities will encompass research and development activities, sales and marketing support, customer technical service and allied industry support. His focus will be on the North American market.

Boler brings his global experience, knowledge and expertise to Topigs Norsvin. His “farm-to-plate” approach to meat science and pork production has been well-received in the United States and around the world, and will strengthen the position of Topigs Norsvin as an innovative partner for the whole pork production chain including pork quality on the customer level.

Previously, Boler was associate professor in the Meat Science Laboratory at the University of Illinois. His research activities focused on fresh and processed meat quality of pork, beef and poultry. Boler interacted with various industry partners to evaluate the effects of on-farm practices on carcass characteristics, cutability and quality. Additionally, he investigated further processed meat quality, especially issues relating to fat quality and bacon production.

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