Kemin has expanded its commercial sales team for the company's animal nutrition and health division with two new appointments and one transition from product management.

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Mark Bellamy will serve as a key account manager for the poultry market in Georgia and South Carolina. Previously, Bellamy spent 13 years at Pilgrim’s building relationships with producers and managing broiler operations. Jeff Boardman will serve as a key account manager for the feedlots of Nebraska and Kansas, and will also contribute to the ruminant and feed mill market segments in this area. Dr. Mark Bienhoff, D.V.M, has transitioned from product management and will serve as key account manager for the pathogen reduction product, SalCURB.