Accelerated Genetics is pleased to announce the realignment of duties and responsibilities for Roger Hanson and Dr. David Brown.

After many years of dedicated service as Vice-President – Farm and Barn Operations, Roger Hanson will switch gears and assume the duties and responsibilities of Director of Business Development. He will also help with the transition of Dr. David Brown to Vice President – Production Facilities. Hanson is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, where he obtained his Masters Degree in Reproductive Physiology. He has been actively involved in the A.I. industry for 33 years, and has been with Accelerated Genetics for the past 19. Currently, he serves on the NAAB Technical Committee and is a member of the Vernon County Coop Association. Accelerated Genetics looks forward to Hanson’s continued input in this important new position.

Dr. David Brown is welcomed to his new position as Vice-President – Production Facilities. Brown is a graduate of Iowa State with degrees in Zoology (B.S.) and Veterinary Medicine (D.V.M.). Previously, he was a self-employed Veterinarian for 18 years. Brown grew up in Connecticut where his father worked in dairy extension; this exposure developed his interest in dairy cattle. Professionally, Brown is a member of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP), American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA.) Outside of Veterinary Medicine Brown is a home Bible study teacher as well as a member of the United States Cycling Federation. Brown is married to wife Jodie and has a son, Stephen. He has been with Accelerated Genetics for the past two years as the Staff Veterinarian.

Accelerated Genetics is a global provider of bovine genetics and research, reproductive services, and solution-based animal health products. With the belief that " Innovation Breeds Excellence®", Accelerated Genetics’ vision is to be the forerunner in developing innovative technologies and exceptional services that will aid customers in achieving their ultimate herd goals.