Superior Farms is pleased to announce the hiring of Karissa Isaacs and Cameron Lauwers. Isaacs will lead the outreach and development of producer programs as the Director of Producer Resources. Cameron Lauwers will procure livestock as the Livestock Buyer for the Dixon facility. These individuals will be valuable assets to the Livestock team and the continued betterment of the American lamb industry.
Isaacs grew up in the sheep industry and focused her education and career in lamb quality. While pursuing her Master’s degree she worked on numerous lamb quality projects including her thesis on Differentiating Flavor Differences in American Lamb and the 2016 National Lamb Quality Audit. Her vast knowledge of the industry as part of a multi-generation sheep ranching family, and her recent work for the American Lamb Board makes her an excellent fit for the position. In her role at Superior Farms, she serves as the direct point of contact for the company’s producer and feeder partners. Isaacs will be managing the Flock54 genetics program in addition to continuing the development of producer programs focusing on farm efficiencies.
Lauwers comes to Superior Farms with many years of experience running a 600 head intensive-accelerated sheep operation, managing a 3,200 acre alfalfa and wheat farm in east central Michigan and served as a board member of the Michigan Sheep Producers. His extensive background in the sheep industry makes him a great fit with the livestock team. Cameron will be responsible for procuring livestock for the Dixon facility and working with producers throughout the West.
Superior Farms is very fortunate to have found such a strong candidates to fill these integral roles in the organization.
To contact Karissa and Cameron:
Karissa Isaacs – firstname.lastname@example.org
Cameron Lauwers – email@example.com