ANIMART Hires Client Services Representative

ANIMART Hires Client Services Representative

Kunde is 2010 graduate of UW-River Falls.

ANIMART, Inc. announces the recent addition of Amanda Kunde as client services representative of the dairy and livestock division which provides animal health products, supplies and solutions to producers.

Kunde graduated in 2010 from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls with a bachelor's degree in agricultural business and a minor in Spanish. In her new position, Kunde will be responsible for building and maintaining client relationships, sharing product knowledge for on-farm solutions and educating clients about new products through inbound calls.

Amanda Kunde

"ANIMART is very excited to have Amanda join our team," says Ed Salettel, client services manager of ANIMART.  "Her industry knowledge, vast communication skills and education will enhance our client services team."

Kunde has been exposed to the dairy industry for many years through showing dairy cattle and involvement in 4-H, FFA and AFA. She broadened her knowledge of agriculture by interning with UW-Extension in Winnebago County and worked directly with 4-H youth development.  

At UW - River Falls Kunde worked in the Dean's Office in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences and was active in the Agricultural Education Society, Agricultural Business & Marketing Society and Sigma Alpha agriculture sorority. Kunde is currently active in the Winneconne FFA Alumni and serves as the Winnebago County Fair Assistant Dairy Superintendent.

Established in 1982 and headquartered in Beaver Dam, Wis., ANIMART, Inc. is a privately held provider of animal health and veterinary products as well as show equipment for dairy and livestock producers.  ANIMART is committed to offering a full line of products and solutions to help dairy and livestock businesses succeed. More information about the company and its products can be accessed at

Source: Animart, Inc.

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