February 27, 2019
Zinpro Corp. announces that Mark Whitney has joined the company as swine nutritionist — technical services. With more than 20 years’ experience in swine nutrition, research and on-farm management, Whitney provides technical service support to customers, with a focus on swine production, and contributes to nutritional swine research for Zinpro across the globe.
“Mark is a highly regarded and experienced researcher and swine nutritionist who will provide our customers, research and sales teams with superior support as we expand our market-leading product portfolio globally in performance trace mineral nutrition,” says Zach Rambo, Zinpro Corp. Research and Nutritional Services global species team leader — swine. “We know our customers will directly benefit from his extensive swine nutrition experience and knowledge.”
In addition to his most recent experience as a swine nutrition technical sales specialist for a global animal feed and nutrition company, Whitney worked as an associate professor and swine Extension educator with the University of Minnesota for nearly a decade. He has also worked as a research fellow and swine nutrition research manager at the University of Minnesota and as an assistant Extension swine specialist at North Dakota State University. Whitney earned his doctorate in swine nutrition from the University of Minnesota and his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from North Dakota State University.
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