SealesWinslow has a team of experts across the country.
Chances are you might already know Mark, who joined SealesWinslow at the beginning of 2012. Before that he was with RD1 for over 20 years, including a long stretch as branch manager of the Reporoa and Te Puke stores.
Mark is SealesWinslow Technical Sales Representative for Tauranga, Whakatane, Rotorua and surrounding areas within the Bay of Plenty.
Having supported farmers all his working life, Mark has a great understanding of the dairy industry and the challenges and opportunities that go with it. His knowledge of local conditions is unbeatable and he’s a great person to turn to for advice on increasing the health and performance of your herd.
Before joining SealesWinslow in 2010, Ryan was with Anexa Animal Health. Having worked closely with dairy farmers for almost a decade, Ryan has a good grasp of what it takes to be successful in the dairy industry.
Ryan is passionate about helping local farmers improve the health and performance of their herds in the Matamata, South Waikato and Waihi areas.
Kane is one of SealesWinslow's most experienced representatives.
Kane first started working for SealesWinslow while still at high school. He took a break to get a business degree at Victoria University before returning to work for us again in 2005. Now with many years’ experience under his belt, he’s excited about helping local farmers get the best return on their investment.
Kane is SealesWinslow representative for North Western Waikato, an area that covers Morrinsville to Kawhia and up to Pukekohe.
Danny has been involved in farming in some way for most of his life, from his nearly two decades hands on farming experience in both dairy and sheep & beef sectors to his time spent working for Open Country Dairy. He has also spent several years selling lifestyle and residential real estate.
Danny has a Diploma in Farm Management which he completed while he was farming.
Danny advices farmers on the health and performance of their herd in the area ranging from Hawera to Napier, to Martinborugh and Otaki.
Carly joined SealesWinslow’s Morrinsville based customer service team in November 2016, before transitioning to her current role in July 2017.
Carly’s passion for the dairy Industry was first sparked several years ago when she began work for LIC, training farmers and LIC sales reps.
Carly has an aptitude for helping people and has formed strong relationships with many of our customers. Being passionate about helping her customers to achieve their store business goals with SealesWinslow, Carly can be seen visiting merchants anywhere within the area of Taupo to Whangarei.
Sue joined the SealesWinlow team based in Morrinsville as a customer service assistant in 2007.
Having previously worked for 17 years in the service department at Maber Motors (part of Power Farming) assisting farmers with service and repairs, Sue brings an abundance of understanding of what is important to farmers.
As a local to Morrinsville for the last 25 years, Sue knows the people and area intimately, a huge advantage in her current role as Technical Sales Representative for the South Waikato area.
Sue loves all animals, so enjoys getting to know her customers and working with them to ensure they have the best possible solutions for their herds health and performance.
Louise grew up on a crop farm in the UK where she studied livestock management and agriculture before immigrating to New Zealand.
After working on sheep and dairy farms around Southland, Louise started working for SealesWinslow in 2014 helping farmers in the Southland area improve the health and performance of their herds.
Louise lives on a small farm in central Southland with their children and a variety of animals.
Kimberley has joined SealesWinslow as a Technical Service Representative for the South Canterbury and Otago areas. Having spent nine years in the dairy industry and being born and raised in Canterbury, Kimberley brings a lot of experience of best farm practices for her region.
Kimberley is passionate about animal health, even to the point of studying this very subject with Primary ITO along with husbandry and mating for the dairy industry. Her passion, experience and knowledge were clearly demonstrated by winning apprentice of the year in 2013.
Farmers in her region will find that Kimberley is happy to discuss the needs of their herds and offer suggestions for improving health and performance.
Family and friends are an important part of Kimberley’s leisure time and will on occasion join Kimberley in her other passions, camping and hockey.