In this position, Marston is responsible for providing technical leadership to support sales, research and marketing teams working to support growth in the supplement business. He will provide technical expertise for assigned projects, including investigating and resolving problems, assisting with field sales and trade shows, and acting as the technical interface between the customer and the company.
"Twig brings many years of dedicated passion to the beef industry. BioZyme is committed to providing products and nutritional support to ensure that producers and their families have every opportunity for the next generation to stay in that great industry," said Lisa Norton, the company’s vice president of sales and marketing. "We challenge ourselves to provide products and nutritional support that results in performance that pays. I can't think of a more qualified, passionate individual to ensure BioZyme delivers on that commitment."
Marston has more than 30 years of experience in the beef industry, having previously served as CEO of the Red Angus Association of America in Denton, Texas. He is a member of the National Cattlemen's Beef Association and the American Society of Animal Scientists. He has served as executive director of the Beef Improvement Federation for the past eight years and as a professional animal scientist since 1993.
He has a Ph.D. in animal nutrition from Oklahoma State University and a B.S. in agriculture and a M.S. in animal breeding and genetics from Kansas State University.
"I have been active in the beef industry, focused on seedstock, commercial cow-calf and feed, for many years," Marston said. "I have also taught beef production-related classes at Kansas State University, with my research emphasis mainly on cattle nutrition, reproduction, health, genetics and management. I am also a promoter of 4-H and FFA youth programs. I am excited about putting my life-long passion and experience to work at BioZyme."
—From BioZyme Inc. news release
PHOTO: Twig Marston. Photo provided by BioZyme Inc.