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Kimber Ward Joins Jones-Hamilton Co. as Sales Territory Manager

By September 16, 2021News

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

In his new role, Ward will manage sales and support of PLT litter amendment and other Jones-Hamilton products to integrators, producers and applicators in Eastern North Carolina, West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland. He has more than 30 years of experience in the poultry industry that spans animal health, integration and farm production including broiler production and PLT application.

“PLT has always been the industry benchmark for ammonia control,” commented Ward. “As the industry evolves, I’m excited about the potential of the product to evolve with it.”

Ward holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology from the Mid America Nazarene University.

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