Archer Daniels Midland Announces New Appointments in Animal Nutrition

April 12, 2016

Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) announced the addition of four executive team members to ADM Animal Nutrition.

Dr. Ryan Lane joins ADM as vice president of Animal Nutrition research. Lane has a strong background in aquaculture, serving most recently as global technology director for the Cargill aquaculture group.

Dr. Alejandro Buentello has been named director of Animal Nutrition research. Buentello has 26 years of experience in animal nutrition research and broad knowledge of the global aquaculture feed business.

Dr. Gary M. Davenport brings more than 32 years of industry experience to his new role as companion animal technical manager for ADM Animal Nutrition. Previously, Davenport served as a research nutritionist with IAMS and a research and teaching faculty member in the animal and dairy sciences department at Auburn University.

Dr. Kristjan Bregendahl joins ADM Animal Nutrition as poultry technical manager. Bregendahl’s breadth of experience includes positions with Sparboe Farms and Hy-Line International as well as a professorship of poultry nutrition at Iowa State University.

“Our commitment to quality and innovation has made ADM a leading provider of nutritional supplements and feeds for livestock, aquaculture and companion animal markets,” said Brent Fenton, president of ADM Animal Nutrition. “We are thrilled to further expand our capabilities in these markets with the tremendous knowledge and broad experience our new colleagues bring to the Animal Nutrition team.”


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