Ellen Cushing is the latest addition to ImmuCell, a growing animal health company and makers of First Defense®. Cushing will serve dairy and beef producers in the Midwest, covering the states of Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
“Ellen is a high-energy, smart young lady who jumps-in to get her hands dirty,” says Bobbi Brockmann, vice president of sales and marketing with ImmuCell. “Ellen understands that her clients have a lot to manage day-to-day. She lives to serve and enjoys making life easier for those she works with.”
Cushing serves as the Midwest regional sales and marketing manager. In this role, she establishes and builds relationships with animal health distributors, veterinarians, calf raisers, dairy farmers and cow/calf operators. Before joining ImmuCell, Cushing managed inside and outside sales territories for Elanco Animal Health. She also earned a bachelor’s degree in animal science from the University of Missouri.
First Defense® is the only USDA-approved, colostrum-derived, scours preventative which goes Beyond Vaccination to protect against E. coli and coronavirus. The new USDA-approved First Defense® Tri-Shield adds rotavirus protection, further establishing ImmuCell’s role as an immunity innovator. ImmuCell is also nearing FDA approval of an intramammary treatment for subclinical mastitis. This treatment will not require a milk discard or meat withhold and will allow for economical treatment of mastitis before seeing clinical signs.
>ImmuCell (NasdaqCM: ICCC) provides revolutionary solutions to dairy and beef producers looking for “a better way.” Today it’s going Beyond Vaccination to protect newborn calves from scours. Tomorrow it’s a better way to treat mastitis without meat or milk withhold. At ImmuCell, innovation is born from research. Solutions are practical and science-based − the anti-fairy dust. ImmuCell believes in unconventional solutions that break the mold and always has an eye on the future. Find a better way at immucell.com.