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Gibson Promoted to Agricultural Division Manager

By July 28, 2020News, PLT

Jones-Hamilton Co. announces the promotion of Blake Gibson to the role of Division Manager for the Agricultural Division. Gibson joined the company in 1994 as the Agricultural division’s founding employee, where he worked to introduce to the poultry industry to PLT® – Poultry Litter Treatment one farm at a time.

Over the last 26 years, Gibson has become a well-known speaker, educating producers, integrators and other industry professionals on litter and water management in broiler, turkey and cage-free production. In his new role, he will be responsible for all aspects of the Agricultural Division business in the US and International markets.

Gibson, who earned a Bachelor of Animal Science from Clemson University, has accepted roles of increasing responsibility within the Agricultural Division over his tenure, transitioning from National Accounts and Business Development Manager to Senior Manager Business Development and Marketing in 2019.

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