Accelerated Genetics Hires Three Regional Assistants in Wisconsin

Accelerated Genetics Hires Three Regional Assistants in Wisconsin

Mark Mitchell covers north-central Wisconsin and will provide relief A.I. and assist with retail sales routes. Mitchell grew up working on dairy farms near Hudson, Wis. He then established a dairy farm of his own where he exhibited cattle at local fairs as well as the Wisconsin State Fair.

Mitchell studied Dairy Herd Management at Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College. He now resides in Hudson, Wis. with his wife Ann and their six children.

Recent hire, Kyle Westaby as a Regional Assistant in central Wisconsin will provide relief A.I. breeding and assist with retail sales routes.

Westaby grew up on a 54-cow dairy near Withee, Wis.. In addition to working on his family dairy farm, Westaby was also employed at S.L.A.P. Inc. serving as shift manager.

Westaby completed his education at Chippewa Valley Technical College where he obtained a degree as an AgriScience Technician. He is currently living in Withee, Wis. with his wife Lisa.

Alex Scholze is a Regional Assistant for southeast Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Scholze will provide relief AI breeding as well assist with retail sales routes.

Scholze grew up in southeast Minnesota where he was active in 4-H and FFA. He worked at Nuttleman Family Farm where he assisted with 100 head sow farrow to finish and 75 head dairy farm.

Scholze studies at North Iowa Area Community College where he earned an associate degree in Agriculture Marketing & Finance. He then moved to Missouri where he attended Northeast Missouri State University and obtained a Bachelors Degree in Animal Science. Scholze returned to Minnesota and now resides in Hokah, Minn.

Accelerated Genetics is a global provider of bovine genetics and research, reproductive services and solution-based animal health products. Our vision is to be the forerunner in developing innovative technologies and exceptional services that will aid our customers in achieving their ultimate herd goals.