Casey has over 15 years of experience in nutrition, 6.5 years of which with Pipestone. He graduated with a Master’s Degree in Swine Nutrition from Kansas State University in 2005 and has traveled to 18 countries working with nutrition since.
Casey grew up on a family farm in Kansas raising beef cattle, a farrow to finish operation and crops. Today, Casey continues his passion for agriculture raising Black Angus cattle and chickens.
Casey’s wife, Dr. Shanna Neil has her PhD in Meat Science and works for PIC. Together they have two boys, Ryan (5) and Chase (2), who both enjoy helping with the cows and getting the chicken eggs. Casey and his family currently live on a farm in rural Cummings, Kansas.