Neogen introduced Emily Huff as a new member to the professional pest sales team.
Huff joins the team in a newly created inside sales representative position and will focus her efforts on the Pacific Northwest.
She recently worked at a premiere indoor farming operation assisting with pest scouting and integrated pest management decisions. She brings a new approach to the sales team with her knowledge concerning Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) and pesticides that are exempt from the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) Section 25(b). According to the news release, Huff is eager to translate her knowledge of horticultural entomology and integrated pest management (IPM) practices to structural pest control.
Neogen provides a comprehensive range of solutions and services for the food processing, animal protein and agriculture industries, not only helping to protect the world’s food supply, but helping to enable its customers to produce more efficiently and effectively.
Back in 1982, per a history that appears on the Neogen website, scientific innovations blossoming out of Michigan State University needed an avenue to reach the people who could use them to better the world — solutions searching for problems. The university reached out to the men who would become Neogen’s founders, Ted Doan and James Herbert, and soon after, the company was born. What started as a small team that held organization-wide meetings in a single hallway in Lansing, Mich., expanded into new industries and new states, soon reaching across one ocean, then another. Neogen became a publicly traded company in 1989. Today, it has teams stationed in 12 countries and a sales presence in more than 140.