Doug Lull Retires after 12 Years of Service

Doug Lull Retires after 12 Years of Service

Doug Lull, Reproductive Services Specialist in Premier’s northern region, retired on February 22, 2024 after twelve years of service. Please join us in congratulating Doug!

Doug joined our cooperative as an RSS in December of 2012. Before Doug began breeding cows for his career, he and his wife ran a dairy farm.

“I have enjoyed many things about my job as an RSS,” said Doug. “I enjoy not sitting at a desk, and I enjoy sunrises, which I’ve gotten to see a lot of as a technician. I live in a pretty territory which has made the driving very nice, and I have really appreciated the people I’ve had the opportunity to deal with through my job.”

When asked about highlights of his job, Doug was sure to mention his favorite cow, which he calls “Moo Cow.”

“I have a favorite cow at a robotic herd. I’ve known her for six years, and she’s a very good cow. She’s like a dog…she’ll come and find me when I’m there!”

Doug has always been a pleasure to work with,” said Andrew Sutton, Reproductive Services Manager for Premier. “He was always willing to help out where he could and was loved by his customers.”

Doug would like to wish all of his coworkers and customers well. In retirement, he plans to do lots of traveling with his wife, Connie.

Thank you, Doug, for your service! We wish you all the best in retirement.

Image: A collage of some scenes Doug has captured over time…including a few shots of Moo Cow!