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Lallemand Animal Nutrition, North America announces the expansion of its team with the addition of four people:
- Katelyn Dei, Associate Brand Manager
- Mandy Marks, Territory Business Manager
- Brandon Mazanec, Territory Business Manager
- Josh Myers, Field Support Specialist
“We are excited to add such talent to better support Lallemand customers and producers,” says Jeff Ast, Commercial Director, Lallemand Animal Nutrition, North and South America. “We continue to add key personnel to strengthen our commitment in providing profitable solutions and on-farm support programs.”
Dei will support and assist the North American marketing team in the promotion of Lallemand Animal Nutrition products such as LEVUCELL® SC in the United States and Mexico and BIOPOWER® SC in Canada. Dei grew up in southeast Wisconsin, serving as an Agriscience Instructor and FFA Advisor in northern Illinois and southeast Wisconsin for the past eight years. She brings over a decade of livestock, equine and poultry experience to the company.
Marks joins as Territory Business Manager serving the northwestern region of the United States, specifically customers and producers in Washington, Oregon and northern California. Marks brings a depth of experience working in nutrition and sales across the United States, including the only registered feed mill in the state of Alaska. She currently resides in northern California with her husband and son.
Mazanec joins Lallemand as a Territory Business Manager, focusing on the sales and growth of MAGNIVA® Forage Inoculants and LEVUCELL SC in Kansas and Colorado. He holds a bachelor’s degree in animal science from Kansas State University and enjoys hunting, travelling and spending time with his wife and daughter.
Myers will support Lallemand Territory Business Managers and customers as a Field Support Specialist in the western United States, primarily in Texas. In his role he will conduct animal and forage audits to help producers develop, benchmark and continue to improve animal productivity and operational profitability. Myers has a commercial livestock background, obtained a bachelor’s degree in animal science from West Texas A&M University and now resides near Amarillo, Texas with his wife and son.