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Outlook Regional Office

Keana Boere, BSA, Agri-Environmental Specialist

Keana Boere
Keana is passionate about agriculture and the environment. As an agri-environmental specialist, Keana helps producers implement environmental best management practices on their operations to improve their long-term resiliency. Her experience includes invasive weed management, land restoration research, and agriculture extension. Keana has a bachelor of science in agriculture with a major in environmental science from the University of Saskatchewan.

Tyce Masich, BSc, Crops Extension Specialist

Tyce Masich
Tyce is excited to tackle the challenges of future crop production. He enjoys problem solving and finding innovative solutions to help producers maximize sustainability and profitability on their farms. As a part of his extension work, Tyce connects producers with the latest agronomic research through working with clients, helping put on extension events such as Crop Diagnostic School, and conducts pest surveys. Tyce completed his bachelor of science degree in agriculture with a major in agronomy from the University of Saskatchewan in 2023.

Dwayne Summach, PAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist

Dwayne Summach
Dwayne recognizes that efficient use of on-farm produced feedstuffs impacts farm profitability. In his role as livestock and feed extension specialist, Dwayne provides information and recommendations to match feedstuffs to livestock feeding programs with a focus on maximizing livestock productivity and well-being. Dwayne has 20 years of experience advising clients in various aspects of livestock management, ration development, forage production and utilization. Dwayne has a master of science with a focus on grazing ruminant nutrition and a bachelor of science in agriculture (animal science) from the University of Saskatchewan.

Khalil Sahtout, Agriculture Programs Specialist

Khalil Sahtout
Khalil is committed to enhancing productive efficiency for all of Saskatchewan's agriculture sectors. He firmly believes that value-added opportunities and new investments in technology will help primary producers maximize their annual profitability and reduce land requirements to produce more food. Khalil, as the agriculture program specialist, is your primary resource for insights into programs and opportunities to assist producers in improving their opportunities to increase their efficiency. Khalil has worked closely with various ranchers, grain farmers, slaughter plants, and feed mills to improve their food and feed safety and management strategies and investigate animal welfare concerns. He has obtained two bachelor of science (biotechnology and agriculture) and two master specializing in nutritional modeling for cattle and feed processes for swine/poultry/cattle. Khalil continually strives to gain further insight into new technology policies, procedures, and approaches to improve the competitiveness of Saskatchewan agriculture production.

Janice Bennett, Regional Service Representative

Janice Bennett
As the first point of contact, Janice Bennett assesses internal and external client needs to make sure that they find what they need in an efficient and effective manner. Janice is always willing to step in and help wherever she is needed. Janice grew up on a farm and has a diploma in office automation and administration.

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