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Published on Oct. 14, 2020

A team fit for the future: Announcing two new members on the North American team

We're excited to announce the addition of two new members to our North American team. Welcome our new Manager, Business Development, Dainna Smith, and our new Technical Service Specialist, Hannah Menges.

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Dainna Smith – Manager, Business Development

Dainna joins as a key member of our support team, with responsibility for account management and business development in the Midwest USA. She received her Bachelor of Science, in Agriculture Business from Iowa State University and has extensive experience in the industry. Before joining Hybrid Turkeys, she worked for various animal health companies in the Midwest.

Dainna lives in Decorah, Iowa.


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Hannah Menges – Technical Service Specialist

Hannah joins the Hybrid Turkeys Technical Team and will focus on servicing customers in the North American market. She is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and interned with various companies in the poultry industry. Her most recent experience was as a breeder manager for a laying hens company.

Over the next few months, Hannah will take part in a training program, under the guidance of William Alexander.

Hannah lives in Pennsylvania.

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As the industry and our business continue to evolve, I am excited to highlight our newest team members. They showcase our commitment to customer support and indicate just one of the ways we are contributing to a sustainable industry for many years to come. Please join me in welcoming Dainna and Hannah to the Hybrid team.

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Trevor Aitchison
Director, Business Development

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