(PRWEB) July 10, 2014
Papillon Agricultural Company hand-picked Clayton Stoffel for the newly created position of Dairy Initiative Project Manager. Papillon’s Dairy Initiative program is a new evaluation program designed to provide producers with information for improving nutritional efficiencies. This spring, Stoffel earned his masters degree in dairy science with an emphasis in nutrition from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2011, he likewise received his bachelors in dairy science from the university.
Papillon president David Briggs said, “Papillon is singularly dedicated to enhancing the farm and feed efficiency of North American dairy operations. Clayton has an important role to play in supporting the dairy feed industry and in assisting dairy producers in improving their nutritional efficiencies. We were clearly impressed with his background, knowledge of the industry, and commitment to making a difference.”
Stoffel said, “I am excited to join the Papillon team and to have this opportunity to provide a valuable service to the dairy industry. This is a tremendous opportunity to begin realizing my goal of bridging the gap between academia and commercial production and to apply proven research. For dairy farmers, I represent a new and unique opportunity to increase their ability to feed efficiently and achieve higher goals. They should be happy to see me.”
Stoffel brings first-hand knowledge of and experience with commercial dairies to the position. He grew up on a dairy farm in Kewaskum in southeastern Wisconsin.
About Papillon Agricultural Company
Papillon Agricultural Company, LLC is a privately held company based in Easton, MD. Since 1983, Papillon has worked with dairy nutritionists, feed manufactures and producers with the sole focus of enhancing farm and feed efficiency of North American dairy operations. The company has built its reputation by providing high-quality and innovative products to the dairy feed industry for more than 30 years.