We are pleased to welcome Keith Gabert to the Canola Council of Canada as our newest agronomy specialist in the Central Alberta South territory. This newly redrawn territory extends in a band across the province from Ponoka to Wainwright, Strathmore to Oyen. Keith resides in Innisfail with his wife and four school aged children. He brings more than 15 years of crop production experience in the Prairies to his new role, with an extensive background in pesticide R&D complemented with experience in canola seed production, variety testing and most recently 5 years of crop input retail sales experience. Keith looks forward to working with you in his new role assisting to provide some of the valuable unbiased information and advice that the Canola Council is known for. You can reach Keith at email@example.com or 587-377-0557.
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