Hubbard: New Southeast Technical Service Representative

US - Hubbard LLC is very pleased to announce that William “Billy” Tyson has been named as the new US Southeast Technical Service Representative.
calendar icon 27 March 2009
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In this role, Billy will be responsible for supplying breeder technical service to the growing customer base in the southeast region. The Hubbard M99 breeder male continues to gain ground across the US and, although established in the Southwest, the growth has been significant in the southeast region.

Hubbard LLC
William "Billy" Tyson

This growth has necessitated additional personnel to give our customers the level of after sales technical service Hubbard wants to offer to their customers. Hubbard also has high expectations for the recently introduced Hubbard Yield breeder female, which is now firmly on the ground in various companies in the USA.

Billy Tyson comes to Hubbard LLC as a highly respected technical expert in all facets of live production, especially breeder management, and his knowledge and experience is widely recognized throughout the southeast region. During the last 18 years he has undertaken various live production roles including breeder, hatchery, feed mill, live haul and broiler management. His most recent duties were as the live production manager at the Koch’s complex in Montgomery. Prior to this he spent 5 years at another primary breeder, Cobb-Vantress, where he serviced their accounts in the Southeast region of the USA. Prior to this he worked at the former Sylvest Company (now Koch’s) in Montgomery, Alabama.

Billy will cover the after sales technical services follow-up in the states of Alabama, Mississippi, parts of Georgia and Tennessee. He will report to Larry Long, who is responsible for the Southeast region for Hubbard. Billy will be located in Montgomery, Alabama.

Mark Barnes, COO of Hubbard LLC, says, "Billy will be a valuable resource to our team and we are pleased to have him join the company and fill a vital role as we go forward with our business."

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