THE ANIMAL FEED Industry’s 2030 VISION
Our reaction to the report
This past year, the EU Association of Specialty Feed Ingredients and their Mixtures (FEFANA) launched its vision of the feed industry in 2030. In a six part series, we will breakdown what was in the report as well as comment on how we see Great Plains Processing (GPP) will fit into the prediction 18 years from now. As an expanding custom toll spray drying company with a diversified customer base both geographically and by species, GPP looks forward to serve our customers as best we can now and in the future. For more information on our expansion project and additional information about GPP – click here.
Curt Beyer has joined the company as vice president of sales. Beyer will provide technical direction for product development and will lead strategic marketing and sales efforts.
Curt Beyer was born in 1965 and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agronomy from Mississippi State University in 1989. He worked as a Farm and Ranch Manager until he finalized production and research for a new rye-grass variety which earned him a graduate assistant-ship. He returned to Mississippi State University in 1991, obtained a second Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science and graduated with a Master of Science degree in Ruminant Nutrition from Mississippi State University in 1993. Curt worked as a Feed Mill manager after graduate school then moved into the Liquid Feed business where he worked as a territory sales manager, formulations/technical service manager and quality control manager. He then worked as a territory sales manager selling premixes, feed additives and specialty products. Curt was working for Ducoa as a territory sales manager when Nutreco acquired Ducoa in 2001; he then transitioned into Trouw Nutrition USA a Nutreco company. Curt has worked in various technical and product management roles for Trouw Nutrition USA and assumed responsibility as the Protimax Technical and Product manager for the second time in January 2013. Curt lives on the Mississippi gulf coast (USA), he and his wife have one son, cattle, horses and a several dogs.