Hendrix Genetics Strengthens North American Technical Service Team

Published on Nov. 12, 2020

Hendrix Genetics Strengthens North American Technical Service Team

In effort to support our growing West Coast business, Hendrix Genetics is pleased to announce that we are strengthening our Technical Service Support Team with the new addition of Breq Bedell.

Breq joins our team as Technical Service Support Specialist. She received her Bachelor of Science in Animal Science: Livestock and Poultry Production Business Management at CSU Fresno. “The addition of Breq’s experience in the field and her enthusiasm for success, will strengthens our support towards West Coast growth”, stated Ken Beaner, Hendrix Genetics Area Director for North and Central America.

“Breq’s ability to interact with producers and our Technical Service Team will provide flock management assistance to assure the full genetic potential of our products are utilized” added Ken Alvarez, Director of Sales & Marketing, “We are very pleased to have her join our growing team.”

Breq resides in Modesto and will begin with internal training. As she begins her role, she will be reaching out to further introduce herself and to best determine how she can be of service to our valued customers.

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