Full election details will be presented at the SaskBarley AGM on January 11, 2016 in Saskatoon.
SaskBarley Director Nominee Profiles
A call for nominations to fill three director positions for the Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission (SaskBarley) has resulted in seven nominees, including two nominees seeking re-election. Read the Press Release by clicking this link.
Ballots will be mailed out to all registered producers. Completed ballots must be recieved by 4:00 pm CST December 2, 2015
All nominees are registered barley producers in the province of Saskatchewan. The full list of candidates (in alphabetical order) include:
Zenneth was raised on the family farm near West Bend, Saskatchewan, where he and his wife, Cindy, have been farming since 1978. They grow barley, and have grown many other crops over the years, such as spring wheat, winter wheat, oats, flax, peas, triticale, canola, and alfalfa for hay, while also occasionally experimenting with lentils, buckwheat, sunola, soybeans, and corn…Click here to read more
Gilbert has been farming for about 40 years having produced grain and oil seeds including barley, canola, wheat and oats. The farm is a family operation with his wife, Monica, and son, Nicolas. Gilbert obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from the University of Saskatchewan and has a deep commitment to rural Saskatchewan as demonstrated by his volunteer and community…Click here to read more
Daryl farms with his father near Glaslyn, Saskatchewan producing malt barley, as well as spring and soft white wheat, canola, multiple varieties of peas and lentils, and oats. His family also owned and operated a pulse processing and exporting business in Saskatchewan. Off the farm, Daryl played three seasons in the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, with both the Weyburn Red Wings and the Flin Flon Bombers, and continues to enjoy watching and playing hockey and a variety of other…Click here to read more
Cameron is running for re-election as a director of the Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission because he believes that it is imperative that farmers’ needs are placed first in Saskatchewan’s agriculture industry. During his first term he was privileged to be chosen as chair of the Commission, and worked to establish a farmer-oriented organization…Click here to read more
Leo has applied to run in the election for a position as director of SaskBarley and he asks for your supporting vote. Leo would appreciate the opportunity to represent farmers’ interests and to provide a farmer’s perspective on issues that producers are experiencing in their farm businesses…Click here to read more
306-231-7420 (Cell) firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith, his brother Kent and their families operate a third generation farm south of Muenster where they grow barley, wheat and canola. Keith studied at the University of Saskatchewan until returning to the family farm in 1985…Click here to read more
306-921-4381 (Cell) email@example.com
Larry is a third-generation farmer near Melfort, farming with his family (Donaro Farms) in a mixed operation. They farm barley (malt, feed, and silage), wheat, oats, and canola, purebred cattle (Maine Anjou and Angus), and operate a backgrounding feedlot…Click here to read more