Vytelle™ announces the hire of Emma Collins as a regional sales manager, supporting sales of Vytelle’s hormone-free in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology to dairy and beef producers in the southeastern United States.
Collins joins Vytelle after previously serving as a sales representative for Merck Animal Health and as a K-State Extension agent in Kansas. Raised on an Angus farm in Mississippi, Collins has lifelong involvement with the Angus breed at the state and national level. She is historian for the American Angus Auxiliary, secretary of the Madison County Cattlemen’s Association and secretary-treasurer of the Mississippi Angus Auxiliary. Collins earned a degree in communication and psychology from Mississippi State University in 2015.
“Emma brings strong communications skills to the Vytelle sales team, along with strong cattle reproduction expertise that will help her build new partnerships with producers across the Southeast,” says Michael Bishop, Ph.D., Vytelle director of strategy.
Collins is based in Flora, Mississippi, and can be reached by phone at 601-622-1275 or email at [email protected].
“Our simple, hormone-free IVF technology continues to capture strong interest from dairy and beef producers across the country and globally,” says Bruno Sanches, D.V.M., Ph.D., chief operating officer of Vytelle. “Adding experienced individuals such as Emma to our team supports our business growth and service to producers.”
Vytelle, with laboratories based in Hermiston, Oregon and Ames, Iowa, provides revolutionary reproductive technology to commercial producers through reproductive specialists and veterinarian licensees. Vytelle is committed to advancing genetics, life and business for commercial beef and dairy producers across the United States