AlzChem Animal Health is expanding their sales team with the addition of Kevin Miller as Regional Sales Manager for the USA. Miller joins AlzChem from Merck Animal Health having previously worked with a number of leading animal health and feed companies. Throughout his career, he has worked with veterinarians, live production managers, distribution and feed mill managers. He has been responsible for identifying and implementing solutions, as well as providing training and technical support.
Creamino feed additive was invented by AlzChem in Germany. For more than 25 years, AlzChem has specialized in the production and formulation of creatine for human nutrition. The feed ingredient Creamino presents a significant new opportunity to improve animal health and feed efficiency, providing creatine via the natural processes within an animal. The product is currently sold for broiler and turkey production only. AlzChem is committed to expand the Creamino label in the USA to allow use for swine and other animals in the future.
Miller earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Dairy Science from Delaware Valley College of Science and Agriculture. He will be located in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania and can be reached at Kevin.Miller@alzchem.com and 724-831-0550.
AlzChem Animal Nutrition is a key part of Specialty Chemicals at AlzChem Group AG, a vertically integrated German manufacturer of various chemical products based on the NCN chain. The company is the only manufacturer of patented Creamino-an innovative guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) feed additive developed by AlzChem. AlzChem Animal Nutrition offers an expanding product portfolio based on extensive research and development and stringent quality control for production agriculture and companion animals.
Creamino is a feed additive that an animal processes into creatine once it is consumed. The additive streamlines the synthesis of creatine, reducing the amount of time and feed required for production. The benefits of Creamino include a reduction in feed costs for farmers, conservation of resources, and a reduction in the ecological footprint of food production and transportation. AlzChem developed Creamino between 2005 and 2009 as a creatine solution specifically for poultry and swine feed applications.