Zinpro Corporation Surpasses Significant Research Milestone

Company records 200th peer-reviewed research publication across multiple species

Zinpro Corporation Surpasses Significant Research Milestone

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., Jan. 31, 2017 – Zinpro Corporation announces a major research milestone in the company’s history: its 200th peer-reviewed research publication across multiple species.

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Zinpro Corporation Names Jon Scofield as Account Manager

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., Jan. 24, 2017 – Zinpro Corporation announces that Jon Scofield has joined the company as account manager – Mountain West Region. Based in Billings, Montana, Scofield will provide key support to beef and dairy customers as well as develop new business opportunities for Zinpro in the Mountain West region encompassing Montana, Wyoming, Utah and Nevada. 

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Zinpro Corporation Announces Satish Soni as Account Manager – Central America and Caribbean

Soni to help provide strategic direction for a growing Central American market

Zinpro Corporation Announces Satish Soni as Account Manager – Central America and Caribbean

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., Jan. 17, 2017 – Satish Soni recently joined Zinpro Corporation as account manager – Central America and Caribbean. In this position, Soni will take a leading role in the organization’s operations and business activities throughout the region. 

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Zinpro Corporation Named Preferred Supplier by National Animal Supplement Council

ZINPRO® zinc methionine selected as preferred supplier product for equine and companion animal markets

Zinpro Corporation Named Preferred Supplier by National Animal Supplement Council

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., Dec. 20 – Zinpro Corporation announces its acceptance as a National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) Preferred Supplier. In November, NASC provisionally approved the company’s original product, ZINPRO® zinc methionine complex, for use in equine and companion animal market segments, as a preferred product in the Preferred Product Supplier program

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Successful Dairy Lameness Management Requires a Team Approach

New ‘Experts Talk’ video highlights research findings on infectious foot diseases from a recent, hoof-health records study

Successful Dairy Lameness Management Requires a Team Approach

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., Dec. 1, 2016 – Infectious foot diseases, such as digital dermatitis, heel erosion and foot rot, can easily take hold on a dairy when specific conditions exist. Common conditions for disease development include poor hygiene, skin barrier incompetence, inadequate trace mineral nutrition, biosecurity and environmental extremes.

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