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Outlook Regional Office

Kaeley Kindrachuk, AT, Crops Extension Specialist

Kaeley Kindrachuk

Kaeley grew up on a mixed farm near Speers and has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Management from Lakeland College. She has spent several years working in the agriculture industry in various positions across the province. She joined the Ministry of Agriculture in 2015.

Sarah Sommerfeld, PAg, Agri-Environmental Specialist

Sarah Sommerfeld

Sarah earned a Bachelor of Science degree with Distinction, from the College of Agriculture at the University of Saskatchewan in 2002. Sarah began with the Ministry of Agriculture in September of 2005. Sarah provides clients with information on agri-environmental best management practices and assists in adoption of these management practices. Sarah, her husband and two daughters operate a mixed farm in the Outlook area.

Travis Peardon, PAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist

Travis Peardon

Travis has a B.Sc. from the University of Saskatchewan, with a major in agriculture economics. He has extensive experience as a cow-calf producer and backgrounding feedlot operator. His speciality is economic analysis of beef operations and identifying low cost management strategies.

Brittany Neumeier, AAg, Extension Agrologist Intern

Brittany Neumeier

Brittany has a B.Sc. in Renewable Resource Management from the University of Saskatchewan with a minor is soil science and a certificate in sustainability. Brittany joined the Ministry of Agriculture in November of 2018. In her role as an extension agrologist, Brittany provides support to the specialists around the province and program information to clients in Outlook region.

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