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Moose Jaw Regional Office and Agriculture Knowledge Centre

Adriane Good, M.Sc, AAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist

Adriane Good
Adriane is passionate about assisting livestock producers manage and improve their herds and flocks. As a livestock and feed extension specialist, she can assist producers with questions regarding nutrition, reproduction, welfare and management. Adriane grew up in the southern Alberta feedlot industry and has five years’ experience doing agriculture extension work in Montana. She holds a bachelor of science in agriculture and a master of science from the University of Saskatchewan, both in animal science.

Jaycee Adrian, BSc Agbus, MCert EAPP, PAg, Farm Management Extension Specialist

Jaycee Adrian
Jaycee connects producers with resources and information to help them make informed decisions and improve their operations regarding a number of farm management topics. As the agriculture program specialist for the Moose Jaw region, Jaycee also supports producers with programming under the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership. She enjoys helping producers be confident in their management decisions and implementing programs that allow them to improve their operations through best management practices. Jaycee previously worked in the private sector as an agricultural lender and graduated with a bachelor of science in agribusiness from the University of Saskatchewan.

Meghan Rosso, M.Sc, PAg, Crops Extension Specialist

Meghan Rosso
Meghan enjoys working with producers to provide practical and up-to-date information that can assist with advancing crop production on their operation. She is passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience within the agricultural industry with both producers and agronomists. As a crops extension specialist, Meghan can assist with crop management decisions including rotation planning, soil fertility and integrated pest management. She has gained extensive agronomy experience through many years as an independent consulting agrologist working one on one with local producers. She received her bachelor of science in agriculture and master of science in soil science from the University of Saskatchewan.

Kaitlin Burns, Agri-Environmental Specialist

Kaitlin Burns
Kaitlin is passionate about both livestock production and the environment. She enjoys working with producers to help them mitigate the environmental impacts of their operations while being conscious of their operational goals. As an agri-environmental specialist, Kaitlin works with farmers and ranchers to implement environmental best management practices on their operations, such as converting marginal land to perennial forage and cross-fencing to better manage riparian and/or native areas. Her experience includes livestock management and agriculture extension. Kaitlin has both a bachelor of science and a master of science in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan, focused on animal science.

Val Benoit, Resource Agent

Val Bender
Val has provided many years of service to the public in various administrative and front-line customer service based positions. She joined the ministry's resource agent team in 2019 and enjoys engaging with the public and assisting clients by providing the information and resources they seek. Val also has a supportive role with the crop reporting service. She grew up on a small mixed farm near Davidson and received a legal secretary diploma.

Nicole Fellner, Resource Agent

Nicole Fellner
Nicole has a lifelong love of agriculture and enjoys providing agricultural information to farmers, ranchers and the agribusiness community. Prior to joining the Agriculture Knowledge Centre, Nicole was an agreement coordinator for Lands Branch based out of Swift Current. Before coming to the ministry, she worked at the Water Security Agency in Moose Jaw for 10 years in administrative roles and as a land administrator. Nicole holds a land administration certificate from Olds College.

Sambhu Sreekumar Varma, Regional Services Representative

Sambhu Sreekumar Varma
Sam enjoys engaging with the public and providing clients with excellent customer service, as well as, providing administrative support for the Moose Jaw team. He moved to Canada in 2015 from India. Sam holds a certificate in business planning and is currently working towards his office administration through Saskatchewan Polytechnic. His previous experience in administrative roles in the Government of Kerala and the Saskatchewan Health Authority make him a welcome addition to the Ministry of Agriculture.

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