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Agrimarketing : July August 2008
to seek this relationship with AIG to be able to provide an even broader financial capacity for its already rap- idly growing business. Kerry Hubbard joins dmrkynetec, a global provider of market research and consulting services special- izing in crop protection, biotechnology and animal health, as VP/Research. He will work with clients on custom research to identify oppor- tunities and support the strategic growth of their businesses. He has been with Bayer CropScience, Elanco Animal Health and Chipman Chemical. CLAAS acquires the remaining 20% shares of Renault Agriculture that it did not own. Renault Ag has been operating as a business unit within the CLAAS group. It is responsible for the development and production of tractors and will be renamed CLAAS Tractor. In 2003, CLAAS had acquired 51% interest in Renault’s former tractor business unit and has invest- ed in further product development, and modernization of production facilities. The tractor product range has now been completely updated and the export share of the tractors manufactured at the main factory in Le Mans has doubled. Neogen Corporation acquires a product line used in animal health and hygiene applications from DuPont Animal Health Solutions (DAHS) . The asset purchase includes 14 different product formulations, along with manufacturing process know-how and associated registra- tion information. In addition to the asset sale, Neogen also will be able to distrib- ute other DAHS products in North America. The Ohio Agricultural Council inducts R. Craig Fendrick into the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame. He has spent his entire career with The Ohio State University and manages its Farm Science Review , one of the leading farm shows in N.A., and is currently Sec’y/Treasurer of the North American Farm Show Council . The University of Illinois announces Lyle Orwig is the recipient of the College of Agriculture, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES) Alumni Association Award of Merit. The Award is presented annually to alumni who assist the col- lege and univer- sity in securing financial resources, sup- port alumni and student activi- ties, and provide opportunities for professional development. As a founding partner of Charleston|Orwig , he has co-man- aged the firm from two employees to 52 professionals serving 28 clients, 16 of which are rooted in agriculture. Katherine DiMatteo is elected Pres of the Int’l Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements (IFOAM) . She is Sr. Assoc of Wolf, DiMatteo + Associates , New Castle, VA, an organic consulting firm, and is former Exec Dir of the Organic Trade Assoc. “My top priorities are for IFOAM to become a strong advocate for organic agricul- ture at all levels, to foster harmo- nization, equiva- lence and equi- table trade, and to facilitate dis- cussions on the future of organic,” she says. AM we mean BUSINESS Increasing publishing frequency to 11 issues per year Focusing editorial around “Your Farm, Your Land, Your Life” Now delivering 100% of key Midwestern producers DON’T MISS OUT ! THE CLOSING DATE IS NOV. 19 FOR THE JANUARY 2009 ISSUE! CONTACT US TODAY AT 1.800.406.8992 Bringing you more coverage of this vital market Hubbard Fendrick Orwig DiMatteo
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