Verbeten joins Rock River Laboratory as summer intern

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Rock River Laboratory announces the hiring of Keisha Verbeten as an animal nutrition analysis summer intern. Verbeten will take part in benchtop chemistry and analysis, reviewing and deciphering research data, and visiting farms for troubleshooting, utilizing analysis information.

Verbeten recently completed her junior year at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in dairy science and agronomy, with a certificate in agricultural business management. Outside of her curriculum, Verbeten is active in the Association of Women in Agriculture (AWA) organization and Badger Crops Club on campus. Prior to joining Rock River Laboratory, Verbeten gained experience testing programs, creating videos, and updating visual aids as a student worker with SnapPlus.

“We are very excited to have Keisha joining our laboratory team for the summer,” says Eva Lynch, Rock River Laboratory wet chemistry lab supervisor. “Her background, interest in science, and hard-working attitude bring a lot to the table as we look at new opportunities for animal nutrition research and analyses.”
The Rock River Laboratory internship program seeks to provide future members of the agriculture industry new opportunities to explore, continue involvement, and support production style agriculture through both laboratory and on-farm experiences.

Founded in 1976, Rock River Laboratory is a family-owned laboratory network that provides production assistance to the agricultural industry through the use of advanced diagnostic systems, progressive techniques, and research-supported analyses. Employing a team of top specialists in their respective fields, Rock River Laboratory provides accurate, cost-effective, and timely analytical results to customers worldwide, while featuring unsurpassed customer service.