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Kindersley Regional Office

Chelsey Siemens, PAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist

Chelsey Siemens
Chelsey is committed to assisting livestock producers with practical solutions and services to help them succeed. As a livestock and feed extension specialist, she is a resource for information on water and feed analysis, ration formulation and other inquiries related to livestock production. Chelsey has 10 years of experience in beef production, grazing management and program delivery. She has a bachelor of science in agriculture and a master of science from the University of Saskatchewan, both in animal science.

Erica Yaskowich, Dip (Ag), ATechAg, Crops Extension Specialist

Erica Yaskowich
Erica is passionate about helping producers advance their knowledge within the agriculture industry. As a crops extension specialist, Erica is a source of information for producers in the agriculture industry regarding soil fertility, fertilizer recommendations, pea and lentil agronomy, canola and cereal agronomy as well as pesticide recommendations. Erica has over five years’ experience within the agriculture industry focusing on field crops. She has a diploma in animal science technology from Lakeland College in Vermilion, Alberta and is finishing her bachelor of science focused on agricultural biology and soil science from the University of Saskatchewan.

Laine Radwell, BSc, MSc, Agri-Environmental Specialist

Laine Radwell
Laine is passionate about agriculture, the environment and the interactions between the two. As an agri-environmental specialist, Laine helps producers implement beneficial management strategies to improve the sustainability of their operations. His experience includes livestock management, animal genetics and agriculture extension. Laine has a bachelor of science in animal bioscience and a master of science in animal science from the University of Saskatchewan.

Harpreet Kaur, Regional Service Representative

Harpreet Kaur
As the first point of contact, Harpreet assesses internal and external client needs to make sure that they find what they need in an efficient and effective manner. Harpreet is always looking forward to stepping in and helping wherever she is needed. Harpreet came to Canada to pursue her studies in business management which she completed at Saskatchewan Polytechnic College in 2021.

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