Kansan joins National Swine Registry as field representative
The National Swine Registry is pleased to announce the hire of a new field representative. Brian Anderson of Caney, Kan., will promote the purebred use of Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace and Yorkshire swine, as well as provide technical assistance to breeders primarily in the Southwestern region of the U.S.
"Brian brings to the position many years of experience in different facets of the livestock industry," NSR CEO Clint Schwab says. "He was raised in the purebred swine business, which spurred his obvious passion and understanding of the purebred swine industry. We are excited to have someone with his background and expertise joining our team and representing the NSR and its members."
Anderson obtained his bachelor's degree in animal science production from Kansas State University and has a lifetime of knowledge and experience in the swine industry, as well as extensive involvement with livestock shows, clinics and camps across the United States. Most noted for his nearly two decades of coaching junior college livestock judging teams at Coffeyville Community College and Fort Scott Community College, both in Kansas, Anderson has guided many highly competitive teams and served as the National Junior College Judging Coaches' Association president.
Anderson will start his work with the NSR at the end of January, when he will travel to Perry, Ga., to attend the NSR Winter Type Conference show and sale.
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