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Proctor Joins Agri-Nutrition Consulting as Dairy Technical Specialist

Proctor Joins Agri-Nutrition Consulting as Dairy Technical Specialist
She received her PhD degree from UW-Madison

Agri-Nutrition Consulting, LLC, hired Anne Proctor, PhD of Junction City as a dairy technical specialist.

In this position, Proctor will use her observation skills to draw out strengths and opportunities that she sees on-farm and will implement ways to deliver success for the farmer and ANC consultants.

Proctor Joins Agri-Nutrition Consulting as Dairy Technical Specialist

Proctor grew up on a farm in the heart of Vermont’s dairy industry.  She received her bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from the University of Vermont, her master’s degree from the University of Delaware in animal science, researching silage additives, and her PhD with David Combs in dairy science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, studying feed intake regulation in dairy cattle. 

Before joining ANC, she worked for five years with Purina Mills in Colorado, western Kansas, and Wisconsin as a PhD consultant, and for Customer One and Heartland Cooperative in central Wisconsin for six years.  

Proctor enjoys helping dairy farmers be successful by listening to their needs and finding solutions that fit their goals. She also knows it’s important to meet the cow’s needs as well, by focusing on cow comfort, environment, social dynamics, and behavior.

"We are pleased and excited that Dr. Anne Proctor has joined our professional Team at Agri-Nutrition Consulting," said Jay Hoffman, Midwest Divisional Manager for Agri-Nutrition Consulting. "Anne brings with her a great deal of experience and expertise in both calves and dairy cows.  Her attention to detail and strong relationship building with her clients brings long-lasting results needed for going beyond in today’s dairy industry.  She also will be instrumental in working with our large dairy team and bringing our core values and mission statement to life."

Proctor lives near Junction City with her husband, John. They have two children. 

Source: Agri-Nutrition Consulting
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