AgSource has promoted Paul Jandrin to the position of regional sales manager. Jandrin is working in the Northeastern territory, which includes 16 counties in Wisconsin and 15 counties in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Jandrin will utilize his strong communication and team building skills to lead field staff in the area while enhancing profitability and performance of AgSource's member/owner dairy herds.
"Paul has a great attitude and commitment to helping dairy farms improve," Tom DeMuth, AgSource director of DHI Member and association services. "He will be a good leader for AgSource field technicians and will be able to demonstrate how DHI testing and reports can truly help members identify opportunities that will lead to better herd management decisions."
Most recently, Jandrin served as an educational and marketing support specialist for AgSource, but his career with DHI and the dairy industry began over 30 years ago. Jandrin started his DHI career in 1980 as a field technician for Marathon County DHIA. He later became the manager of Winnebago DHIA.
In 1996, he joined AgSource as a regional sales manager in the Northeastern part of the state. In the mid-2000s a re-organization occurred in the direct member area and Jandrin assumed the position of DHI service representative which is now known as educational and marketing support specialist. Along with his responsibilities as an EMSS, Paul he has worked closely in the calibration and maintenance of the electronic milk meters that are used across the state.
Jandrin and his wife reside in Ormo. They have four grown children and two grandchildren. He is currently the chair of his church's finance council and serves on the Winnebago County fair board. For many years, he volunteered his time as a 4-H leader and Boy Scout leader. In his free time, Jandrin enjoys hunting, camping, bicycle riding and woodworking.