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Allflex hires Bill McCoy for Feedlot Business Development Manager
DALLAS (November 1, 2018) – Allflex, part of Antelliq, the global leader in animal identification and traceability systems, today announced the hiring Bill McCoy for the Feedlot Business Development Manager position. In his new role, Bill will be based in Temple, Texas, and will oversee feedlot business development in North America.
“We are excited to have Bill join our team,” says Glenn Fischer, President of Allflex Livestock Intelligence North America. “We appreciate his keen knowledge of the business and commitment to the feeding industry. His contributions will enable us to emphasize this important segment of our business, in servicing both the current and future needs of our feedyard and stocker customers.”
A native of Texas, Bill is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a master’s in feedyard management. His industry involvement in the animal identification business is significant. His interest in solving challenges for the transition of cattle from ranch, through the feeding segment and onto harvest will be valuable to the Allflex customer base.
“I’ve known and respected the Allflex team for a number of years and am looking forward to working with them. Identification and the future of monitoring in the feedyard business is extremely exciting and Allflex is the global leader in both endeavors,” says Bill.
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Dedicated to animal identification, Allflex is the world leader in design technology, manufacture and delivery of animal identification, management and monitoring systems across all production animal species, companion animals and fish. Allflex has brought cutting-edge, practical applications of visual, electronic and radio frequency in animal identification technology across the world for more than six decades, contributing to a safer global food supply. Allflex also offers precision instruments and syringes for the veterinary and livestock markets and tissue sampling devices for genomics for all species. Allflex has manufacturing and technology subsidiaries in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil and China. Allflex products are distributed in 60 countries worldwide. Visit Allflexusa.com for more information.