Pathogen control specialist Anitox has appointed Shane Brookshire to drive North American commercial operations, underlining the company’s commitment to US food and feed chain security.
A veterinarian with experience of both private practice and the Missouri Department of Agriculture, Shane also recently held a senior commercial role at Merial Animal Health. He joins Anitox at a time when the animal and human food safety sector is evolving fast.
"Anitox science is growing our understanding of the relationship between clean feed and a reduced pathogen load in the gut. By improving intestinal health in production animals we can boost their immunity, improve performance and help ensure food safety."
Shane joins a global commercial operations team headed by Anitox Vice President Roger Mann: "This is our second high-level commercial appointment in as many months, and it signals our commitment to grow and increase service levels in all regions. Our new product development programmes and investment in R&D are bearing fruit, and our scientific understanding of pathogen and mould control is guaranteeing customers unprecedented levels of feed security and mill efficiency.
"We couple that knowledge with superb engineering and commitment to customer service, ensuring that we can deliver secure, efficient and practical systems for a diverse range of customers.
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