ImmuCell announces the hiring of Michaela Spring as the sales and marketing manager for the Western U.S territory. Spring photo

Spring comes to ImmuCell having recently completed her Masters in animal physiology at Iowa State University. Her studies included research projects related to newborn dairy calf management practices and impact on resulting calf health. In addition, Spring also completed an internship with Cornell University Cooperative Extension assisting in a dairy colostrum quality and management study.

"We are pleased to bring Michaela's scientific background with newborn calf management to the ImmuCell team," says Bobbi Jo Brockmann, director of sales and marketing for ImmuCell Corporation. "Her deep knowledge of calf physiology will be a valuable resource as our customers work to improve newborn calf health and profit potential."

In her position as sales and marketing manager, Spring will focus on the western territory by further establishing relationships with a vast network of animal health distributors, veterinarians, calf raisers, dairy producers and cow-calf operations. Spring holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree from Iowa State University.

ImmuCell Corporation's (NASDAQ: ICCC) purpose is to create scientifically-proven and practical products that result in a measurable economic impact on animal health and productivity in the dairy and beef industries. Press releases and other information about the Company are available at Contact: Michael F. Brigham, President and Chief Executive Officer (207) 878-2770 Ext. 3106.

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