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New Select Sires Employees Participate in Orientation and Sales Training

PLAIN CITY, Ohio, October 31, 2017 — Twenty-six professional A.I. technicians, sales representatives, Select Mating Service® (SMS®) genetic consultants, Select Reproductive Solutions® (SRS®) specialists, communications coordinators and administrative personnel took part in Select Sires' employee orientation held October 24 and 25 at the Select Sires headquarters in Plain City, Ohio. Employees from eight member cooperatives, Select Sires GenerVations and Select Sires Inc., were present for the two-day event where they received superior education to better serve Select Sires’ customers. Following orientation, a majority of the attendees participated in an additional two days of extensive sales training.

“Orientation gives our employees the opportunity to visit the headquarters facilities, view our industry-renowned sires and connect with other employees from across the federation,” said Lyle Kruse, vice president of U.S. market development for Select Sires. “It is evident that our company is growing, and I’m excited about the future of Select Sires with the addition of enthusiastic and professional individuals like this orientation group. I have no doubt about their ability to provide our customer-owners with outstanding service.”

The participants were presented with in-depth information about Select Sires’ programs including the Program for Genetic Advancement™ (PGA™), SRS, SMS, StrataGEN®, Aggressive Reproductive Technologies™ (ART™), CowManager®, Breeding to FeedingSM and the Program for Fertility Advancement™ (PFA™). Instruction on the topics of reproductive solutions, fertility research, beef and dairy sire programs, cattle evaluation, herd management products and Select Sires’ gender SELECTed™ process was given. Participants were treated to a detailed tour of Select Sires’ headquarter facilities.

Orientation and sales training participants included: Mario Limon, Tulare, Calif., from All West/Select Sires; Eli Caldera, Stephenville, Texas and Chase Dunlap, West Farmington, Ohio from COBA/Select Sires Inc.; Jim Galstad, Westby, Wis., and Ryan Weigel, Platteville, Wis., employees of East Central/Select Sires; Cindy Evers, Lake City, Minn., Kourtney Meister, Brownton, Minn., and Jamie Woodard, Winona, Minn., representing Minnesota Select Sires Co-op Inc.; Andrea Pagenkopf, Fremont, Wis., Makeil Schmalfeldt, Athens, Wis., and Tim Schmidt, Warren, Ind., from NorthStar Cooperative; Andy Anderson, Emmett, Idaho, and Nicole DeMars, Pollock, S.D., of Select Sires MidAmerica Inc.; Brett Haines, Union Bridge, Md., John Jacobs, Greenwood, N.Y., Sean Johnson, Glenville, Pa., Jacob Richardson, York, Pa., Jeff Van Patten, Preble, N.Y., and Eli Williard, Lebanon, Pa., all employees of Select Sire Power Inc.; Bob Palmore, Hardyville, Ky., representing Southeast Select Sires Inc.; Normand Favreau, Acton Vale, PQ from Select Sires GenerVations Inc.; and Morgan Cook, Grove City, Ohio, Inez Finley, Marysville, Ohio, Angie Lindloff, Reedsburg, Wis., Jill Strangstalien, Westby, Wis., and Kayla Wright, Baraboo, Wis., all employees of Select Sires Inc.

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