Keith Epperson has been promoted to vice president of the
American Feed Industry Association (AFIA) as of May 17, 2007.
Epperson joined AFIA in September 2005 as director, manufacturing
& training. Prior to joining AFIA, Epperson held a variety of
positions with Kent Feeds. Epperson divides his time between the
AFIA office in Arlington, Virginia, USA and his home base of
Muscatine, Iowa, USA.
Jim Sullivan, president, International Ingredient Corp.,
Fenton, Missouri, USA, was recently elected AFIA chairman.
Sullivan has served on the AFIA board since 2004. He succeeds
Mike Horn, president & CEO, Pennfield Corp. Donald Orr,
president, JBS United Inc., was named chair-elect. Also at the
May 17 board meeting, sixteen nominees were elected to the AFIA
Board of Directors. The new members will serve a three-year term
running until May 2010. They are:
•Scott Anderson, Midwest Packaging Equipment LLC;
•William C. Barr, Bill Barr & Co.;
•Cory Berg, Quality Liquid Feeds Inc.;
•Paul F. Engler, Cactus Feeders;
•Alan Gunderson, Vita Plus Corp.;
•Ross Hamilton, Darling International Inc.;
•Paul M. Kalmbach, Kalmbach Feeds;
•James E. Kieschnick, DeKalb Feeds Inc.;
•David Kravis, Nutro Products Inc.;
•John Langemeier, Alpharma Inc.;
•Michael Manning, ADM Alliance Nutrition;
•Greg McLean, Murphy-Brown LLC;
•Lars Reimann, Eurofins Scientific Inc.;
•Stephen W. Riley, Triple Crown Nutrition Inc.;
•Randall Schwalke, Blue Seal Feeds Inc.; and
•Jack Woelber, Interstates Companies.
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