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North Battleford Regional Office

Erin Campbell, PAg., M.Sc., Regional Crops Specialist

Erin received her B.Sc. in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan, where she majored in crop science. Following this, she received her M.Sc. from the University of Alberta. Before joining Saskatchewan Agriculture, Erin worked both in the private industry and at the University of Alberta. Her studies and work experience stem from her interest in plant identification and weed control.

Morley Ayars, PAg, Regional Farm Business Management Specialist

Morley has a B.Sc. in agriculture economics and a M.Sc. in agricultural economics from the University of Saskatchewan. Morley has over 30 years of experience in business management and production economics. He has a strong interest in the areas of business structure and production economics. As the Regional Farm Business Management Specialist, Morley links producers to programs, information and resources that will increase their profitability.

Jenifer Heyden, PAg, Regional Livestock Specialist

Jenifer grew up on a mixed farm in east central Alberta and received a B.Sc. in agriculture and a M.Sc. in beef cattle genomics from the University of Alberta. Before joining Saskatchewan Agriculture in 2009, Jenifer worked as a Forage and Livestock Extension Agronomist in east-central Alberta. She has a keen interest in animal nutrition and genetics and forage/livestock relationships under different management systems. As a Regional Livestock Specialist, she works with farmers, ranchers and producer groups to grow and improve the efficiency of their livestock operations.

John Hauer, PAg, Regional Forage Specialist

John received a B.Sc. in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan in 1984, majoring in agronomy. John has worked as a Regional Specialist since 2009, first in the Kindersley office and now in the North Battleford office. John began his government work experience in 1990 as a Land and Resource Agrologist with the Ministry's Lands Branch in Tisdale. John grew up on a mixed farm in the Lloydminster area. John is available to help producers with questions on forages and invasive weeds.

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