Vytelle™ announced the hiring of Taylor Grussing as special projects manager. In this newly created role, Grussing will focus on marketing efforts and communications with beef and dairy producers interested in using Vytelle’s in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology to advance herd genetics at a faster, more cost-effective rate.
Formerly a field specialist with South Dakota State University Extension, Grussing gained experience in reproductive management during work toward a master’s degree in reproductive physiology from Iowa State University.
“With her extensive knowledge of cow-calf operations, Taylor will be instrumental in educating seedstock and commercial cattle producers on Vytelle’s bovine IVF technology,” said Michael Bishop, Ph.D., Vytelle director of strategy. “Her responsibilities will include working with our satellite offices across the U.S. to coordinate successful ovum pickup events.”
Based in Chamberlain, South Dakota, Grussing can be reached by phone at 605-680-9504 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Vytelle is rapidly expanding its global footprint with operations in multiple countries,” said Bruno Sanches, D.V.M., Ph.D., chief operating officer of Vytelle. “Taylor’s experience will help support our business growth across the U.S.”
Vytelle, based in Hermiston, Oregon, provides revolutionary reproductive technology to commercial producers through reproductive specialists and veterinarian licensees. Vytelle is committed to advancing genetics, life and business for commercial beef and dairy producers across the United States.