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Aaron Vanemburg Joins Jones-Hamilton Co. as Sales Territory Manager

By abril 13, 2021Noticias

Jones-Hamilton Co. announces that Aaron Vanemburg has joined the company as Territory Sales Manager in the Agricultural Division.

In his new role, Vanemburg will manage sales and support of PLT® litter amendment and other Jones-Hamilton products to integrators, producers and applicators in Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma. He brings to the company more than 20 years of poultry industry experience encompassing animal health and live production, including a former role as a PLT® applicator.

“I look forward to once again getting to work with producers and integrators at a root level to address daily challenges,” said Vanemburg.

Vanemburg holds a bachelor’s in Poultry Science from the University of Arkansas.

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