Diamond V has made four new promotions within the company’s the North America Dairy Team to support enhanced customer service and further business growth.
John Miller, MS, PAS will lead the sales effort of the California Dairy Team. Mr. Miller joined Diamond V in 2008 as a regional sales manager with more than 20 years of experience in the dairy and poultry industries including work with Monsanto, Cargill, Cal-Maine Foods. He earned his BS in Animal Science from the University of California-Davis and his MS in Animal Science from Oklahoma State University. Shortly after joining Diamond V, Mr. Miller became the president of the California Chapter of the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists.
Mitch Deimund will lead sales for the Midwestern Dairy Team. Mr. Deimund joined Diamond V in 2001 as a regional sales manager following a 15-year career in sales and management with Furst McNess Company. Mr. Deimund earned his BS in Agriculture with a minor in Business Administration from Southeast Missouri State University.
Ken Sanderson, DVM will lead sales for the Eastern Dairy Team. Dr. Sanderson joined Diamond V in 2012 as a dairy field technical specialist for the Northeast Region and Canada. Previously, Dr. Sanderson directed global technical services for Balchem Animal Nutrition and provided veterinary technical services for Monsanto. He was a private dairy veterinary practitioner for 15 years and principal partner in three clinics in Ottawa. He received his DVM from the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph and an advanced Certificate in Dairy Health Management from the University of Guelph.
Chad Davis will lead sales for the Pacific Northwest and Southwest Dairy Teams. Mr. Davis joined Diamond V in 2011 as a regional sales manager in California. His background includes more than 15 years in animal health sales and marketing working with AgriLabs and Allflex US. He received his BS in Marketing from California Polytechnic University-San Luis Obispo, having grown up on his family’s cow-calf operation near Paso Robles.