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Kindersley Regional Office

John Ippolito, PAg, Regional Crops Specialist

John has a B.Sc. in Agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan. He has worked in agriculture extension with a focus on crop production and farm management since 1987. His main areas of focus are crop production with specialization in pulse crops and precision agriculture.

Dwayne Summach, PAg, Regional Livestock Specialist

Dwayne grew up on a mixed farm west of Saskatoon. He received a B.Sc. in agriculture, majoring in animal science and a M.Sc. in ruminant nutrition from the University of Saskatchewan. Dwayne has previously worked as a research associate for the Western Beef Development Center, as a rangeland agrologist with the Grazing and Pasture Technology program, as a ruminant nutritionist in a commercial feed mill, and as a farm forage production extension specialist, for Manitoba Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives.

Ann Dies, Regional Services Representative

Ann grew up on her family's farm in Australia. She had the opportunity to travel to Canada as an Agricultural Exchange Student. She currently operates a mixed farm at Netherhill. Ann worked for the Kindersley School Division and Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation before joining the Ministry.

Karen Neumiiller, Administrative Support

Karen joined the Ministry in November 2016. She assists clients and provides administrative assistance to all staff in the office.

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