“We’re all very excited to add Chase and Kirstin to our teams in the Northeast,” says Clayton Wood, sales leader for Cargill Animal Nutrition. “They’re eager to support our customers, which showcases the passion that they have for our industry and helping dairy producers succeed.”Cashell will be serving the western New York market and resides in Arkport. A native of Pennsylvania, he is a 2017 graduate from the Pennsylvania State University, with a degree in Agribusiness Management and a specialization in dairy science.
“I am excited to join a diverse and knowledgeable team that has a lot to offer to the dairy farms. Cargill has an abundance of tools and resources that will greatly help out on the dairy.” Cashell continues, “As a Dairy Focus Associate I look forward to working directly with the producers to help them reach and exceed their goals.”Joyal joins Cargill and will be serving customers in Vermont. A native of Addison County, she is a 2004 Cornell graduate and worked for both Elanco and as a herd manager at a 1,000 cow dairy. Joyal is back home in Addison County and is excited to represent Cargill as a dairy focus consultant.
“These are extremely challenging economic times and I’m looking forward to supporting farmers through it, while representing a company like Cargill.” Joyal adds, “I am anxious to bring Cargill’s expertise and resources to dairy producers and helping to provide solutions to bring their dreams to life.”
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