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DODSON & HORRELL APPOINTS SAMUEL HORRELL TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dodson & Horrell Limited announces the appointment of Samuel Horrell to the Board of Directors who will assume the role of Marketing Director with immediate effect. As Marketing Director, Horrell will be more

closely involved with the overall strategy of the company and its future direction, and continue to ensure that marketing activities are aligned to wider business objectives. This is the first time the marketing function

has been represented at Board level; this development reflects the continued commitment of the company to investing in its future growth. Joint Managing Directors, John Horrell and Richard Horrell, said:

“The appointment of Samuel to the role of Marketing Director reflects his achievements in the role of Marketing Manager in developing the Dodson & Horrell brand and consolidating its position as the leading manufacturer of horse feed in the UK. Samuel has also been instrumental in developing Dodson & Horrell’s other brands, including those in the dog food and small animal markets, and overseeing co- marketing initiatives including the development of new poultry feed products with Adam Henson, farmer and popular rural TV presenter.” Prior to being appointed Marketing Director Horrell was in the

roles of Marketing Manager and New Product Development Manager respectively.

RICHARD REYNERTSON JOINS CULTURA TECHNOLOGIES AS MANAGING DIRECTOR Richard (Rich) Reynertson is named Managing Director for the grains and oilseeds division of Cultura Technologies. Reynertson will lead the grain trading, agronomy, and milling lines of business of Cultura. Reynertson joins Cultura Technologies

with an extensive background in the agriculture vertical software industry. For the past twelve years, he was the President of Feed Management Systems (FMS) and most recently served as Managing Director, Cargill Animal Nutrition. Prior to this he served as President of a software engineering and services firm in the U.S.

Midwest. Reynertson is a physics graduate and spent the early parts of his career as a software engineer. “I am excited to join the Cultura team which has such a strong history of technology contributions to


the agriculture industry,” says Reynertson. “The technology sector has a huge opportunity to make a significant impact on the world in helping to meet growing food demands,” notes Reynertson. “I look forward to being part of a company that will play a pivotal role during the momentous times ahead.”

DANISCO ANIMAL NUTRITION APPOINTS NEW EUROPEAN TECHNICAL MANAGER Danisco Animal Nutrition, a business segment of DuPont Industrial Biosciences, has appointed feed additive specialist Angela Riemensperger to the role of regional technical manager responsible for Ireland, Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Riemensperger has a degree in livestock

and meat management as well as a Ph.D. focusing on amino acid utilisation in swine from University College Dublin. Riemensperger has worked in the animal

nutrition industry for four years and her aim in her new role is to support business managers in order to ensure full customer satisfaction across the region. Based in Ireland, Riemensperger will report to Anne-Marie Debicki- Garnier, EUROW Technical Director.

YANNIG LE TREUT APPOINTED GENERAL MANAGER OF LALLEMAND ANIMAL NUTRITION Lallemand Animal Nutrition is pleased to announce that Dr Yannig Le Treut, DVM, has been appointed as General Manager of the company, replacing Mr Olivier Clech, former General Manager of Lallemand Animal Nutrition and Vice President of the Specialty Division. Yannig Le Treut graduated as a Veterinary

Doctor in 1984. Early in his carrier, he specialized in animal nutrition, which he sees as the cornerstone of a healthy and profitable animal production. Over the past seven years, he has driven Lallemand’s business and technical development in the swine and poultry market. Prior to joining Lalllemand in 2005, Yannig Le Treut was Director of INZO°, one of the European leaders in animal feed, and, before this, he had managed the porcine activities of the firm for six years. Prior to this, Mr. Le Treut spent eight years managing the porcine activities of major French porcine cooperatives: first UCANOR, and then Agrial.

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