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This profile was last updated on 9/9/09  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

  • General Manager
    Atlantic Breeders Cooperative
  • Operations Manager of Genetic and Production Division
    Atlantic Breeders Cooperative
  • Sire Analyst
    Atlantic Breeders Cooperative
  • Field Manager
    Western Pennsylvania Artificial Breeders Co-op
  • Sales Manager To General Manager
    Truman Graf University of Wisconsin
  • Chairman
    National Association of Animal Breeders

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • bachelor's degree , dairy science
    Penn State University
7 Total References
Web References
The 2009 Pioneers include: Dr. Ernest ...
www.holsteinworld.com, 9 Sept 2009 [cached]
The 2009 Pioneers include: Dr. Ernest Berousek, a geneticist and Guernsey breeder devoted to using facts and reason to breed better cows; Dr. Truman Graf, whose counsel on dairy trade and marketing was sought for national and international dairy policy decisions and who spent countless hours helping Wisconsin farmers navigate those policies; Philip Higley, who was instrumental in building American Breeders Service and served as its first president; and Harry Roth, a leader in marketing U.S. genetics internationally and forging strategic business alliances to benefit cooperative members.
...
Harry Roth One of the first to establish international marketing of U.S. genetics, Harry Roth is honored for his pioneering vision for the artificial insemination industry. Roth began his career with Atlantic Breeders Cooperative as a sire analyst and later became general manager. He combined Atlantic's elite sires with the high quality and hospitality of Pennsylvania herds to set the standard for international marketing, including strong networks in Latin American and Europe. Roth was focused on the principles of cooperation: member governance, user capitalization, and community commitment. The export market provided additional sales income that was reinvested in member programs. Later in his career, Roth saw that member services could be improved by working with other cooperatives. He was instrumental in forming several alliances culminating in the formation of Genex, Inc., and then Cooperative Resources International. Roth served on the board and as chairman of the National Association of Animal Breeders and was a strong supporter of education. He advocated training for cooperative directors, cooperative education for youth, and provided guidance and support for extension programming. In addition, he organized and launched the All-American dairy cattle judging contest. Roth spent his entire career in Pennsylvania and still resides in Landisville.
Roth Recognized as NAAB Pioneer
genex.crinet.com [cached]
Roth Recognized as NAAB Pioneer Harry-Roth2.jpg
After graduating with a bachelor's degree in dairy science from Penn State University in 1954, Harry Roth was employed as a York County Extension Agent. n 1956, he took a position as Field Manager with Western Pennsylvania Artificial Breeders Co-op, in Clarion, Pa.In 1960, Roth was named General Manager of that organization. n 1963, Western and Southeastern Artificial Breeding Cooperatives merged into a new organization called Atlantic Breeders Cooperative located near Lancaster, Pa.Roth began his career with Atlantic Breeders Cooperative in 1964 as Operations Manager of their Genetic & Production Division.
As Genetic Director, Roth established a
NAAB Chairman Al Kuck presents Harry Roth with the 2008 NAAB Pioneer Award.
...
Roth was among the absolute first and most aggressive to establish international marketing concepts of U.S. genetics. e combined the elite sires of Atlantic, the high quality of Pennsylvania herds, and Pennsylvania hospitality to intrigue and educate foreign markets. oth established the gold mark for all of the artificial insemination industry during those early years of establishing international markets.
Roth became General Manager of Atlantic Breeders Cooperative in 1985. n this position, he advanced the cooperative into numerous business alliances and relationships long before this business concept and mode was popular. e leveraged the Atlantic advantages to build marketing relationships such as NAL, U.S. Genes, Federated Genetics, World Wide Sires and the original Genex. hen Roth retired in 1993, he culminated his career by leading the Atlantic membership and board into the merger of the current Genex as a part of CRI.
Recognizing the value of research, Roth used this same model in providing leadership among joint cooperative research projects. is vision of growing and developing Atlantic through alliance arrangements was textbook and far ahead of the business school curriculums.
A true pioneer projects leadership outside their job description. t would be a challenge to list all of Roth's contributions to the industry which were utilized numerous times by Penn State University, the Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture and the Pennsylvania Governor's Board of Economic Development. It is interesting to note Roth was also an approved and well-known cattle judge and was on the Board of Directors of the All-American Dairy Show for 20 years. is contributions to the NAAB consisted of a six-year term on the Board of Directors which included Board Chairman. e also served on the NAAB Managers' Committee, the Long Range Planning Committee, Ethics Committee and the Dairy Sire Evaluation Committee.
Harry Roth is a true pioneer of the United States' A.I. industry - ask anyone around the world. e was a mentor and leader, and his recognition as an NAAB Pioneer is very much deserved.
Roth Recognized as NAAB Pioneer ...
cri.crinet.com [cached]
Roth Recognized as NAAB Pioneer
After graduating with a bachelor's degree in dairy science from Penn State University in 1954, Harry Roth was employed as a York County Extension Agent.In 1956, he took a position as Field Manager with Western Pennsylvania Artificial Breeders Co-op, in Clarion, Pa. In 1960, Roth was named General Manager of that organization.In 1963, Western and Southeastern Artificial Breeding Cooperatives merged into a new organization called Atlantic Breeders Cooperative located near Lancaster, Pa.Roth began his career with Atlantic Breeders Cooperative in 1964 as Operations Manager of their Genetic & Production Division.
As Genetic Director, Roth established a
NAAB Chairman Al Kuck presents Harry Roth with the 2008 NAAB Pioneer Award.
...
Roth was among the absolute first and most aggressive to establish international marketing concepts of U.S. genetics.He combined the elite sires of Atlantic, the high quality of Pennsylvania herds, and Pennsylvania hospitality to intrigue and educate foreign markets.Roth established the gold mark for all of the artificial insemination industry during those early years of establishing international markets.
Roth became General Manager of Atlantic Breeders Cooperative in 1985.In this position, he advanced the cooperative into numerous business alliances and relationships long before this business concept and mode was popular.He leveraged the Atlantic advantages to build marketing relationships such as NAL, U.S. Genes, Federated Genetics, World Wide Sires and the original Genex.When Roth retired in 1993, he culminated his career by leading the Atlantic membership and board into the merger of the current Genex as a part of CRI.
Recognizing the value of research, Roth used this same model in providing leadership among joint cooperative research projects.His vision of growing and developing Atlantic through alliance arrangements was textbook and far ahead of the business school curriculums.
A true pioneer projects leadership outside their job description.It would be a challenge to list all of Roth's contributions to the industry which were utilized numerous times by Penn State University, the Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture and the Pennsylvania Governor's Board of Economic Development.It is interesting to note Roth was also an approved and well-known cattle judge and was on the Board of Directors of the All-American Dairy Show for 20 years.His contributions to the NAAB consisted of a six-year term on the Board of Directors which included Board Chairman.He also served on the NAAB Managers' Committee, the Long Range Planning Committee, Ethics Committee and the Dairy Sire Evaluation Committee.
Harry Roth is a true pioneer of the United States' A.I. industry - ask anyone around the world.He was a mentor and leader, and his recognition as an NAAB Pioneer is very much deserved.
The 2009 Pioneers include: Dr. Ernest ...
www.dairyshrine.org, 5 Dec 2006 [cached]
The 2009 Pioneers include: Dr. Ernest Berousek, a geneticist and Guernsey breeder devoted to using facts and reason to breed better cows; Dr. Truman Graf, whose counsel on dairy trade and marketing was sought for national and international dairy policy decisions and who spent countless hours helping Wisconsin farmers navigate those policies; Philip Higley, who was instrumental in building American Breeders Service and served as its first president; and Harry Roth, a leader in marketing U.S. genetics internationally and forging strategic business alliances to benefit cooperative members.
...
Harry Roth
One of the first to establish international marketing of U.S. genetics, Harry Roth is honored for his pioneering vision for the artificial insemination industry. Roth began his career with Atlantic Breeders Cooperative as a sire analyst and later became general manager. He combined Atlantic's elite sires with the high quality and hospitality of Pennsylvania herds to set the standard for international marketing, including strong networks in Latin American and Europe. Roth was focused on the principles of cooperation: member governance, user capitalization, and community commitment. The export market provided additional sales income that was reinvested in member programs. Later in his career, Roth saw that member services could be improved by working with other cooperatives. He was instrumental in forming several alliances culminating in the formation of Genex, Inc., and then Cooperative Resources International. Roth served on the board and as chairman of the National Association of Animal Breeders and was a strong supporter of education. He advocated training for cooperative directors, cooperative education for youth, and provided guidance and support for extension programming. In addition, he organized and launched the All-American dairy cattle judging contest. Roth spent his entire career in Pennsylvania and still resides in Landisville.
National Dairy Shrine
www.dairyshrine.org, 1 June 2009 [cached]
Through an anonymous selection committee, Ernest Berousek, Phil Higley, Truman Graf, and Harry Roth were selected as National Dairy Shrine Pioneers.
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Finally, Harry Roth from Atlantic Breeders Co-op, Pennsylvania is a true giant in the artificial insemination industry whose career includes buying elite sires to sales manager to General Manager of the company.
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