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Ontario Sheep Farmers Name Erin Morgan as New Executive Director

GUELPH, ON – Ontario Sheep Farmers (OSF), names Erin Morgan as the new Executive Director as of September 26, 2022. An extensive search for a new Executive Director began in the summer after Jennifer MacTavish, announced her upcoming resignation from the organization.

“The ED search brought forward a slate of extraordinary candidates. The search committee was impressed with Erin’s experience as an organizational leader and her enthusiasm for agriculture,” said John Hemsted,Chair, Ontario Sheep Farmers. “Erin was clearly the best fit to lead the Ontario Sheep Farmers.”

“I am very excited for the opportunity to work with the Ontario Sheep Farmers and to tackle the new strategic plan,” said Erin Morgan. “Most importantly, I am looking forward to meeting the members of the Ontario Sheep Farmers and the whole sheep industry. I am inspired by the amazing ideas I have seen already and your enthusiasm for the opportunities in the sector. I can’t wait to get started.” OSF would like to say thank you to Tom Lewis who served as interim Executive Director during a very busy transition period. Tom will remain in his role as Industry Relations Specialist and Editor of Ontario Sheep News.

Ontario Sheep Farmers is a producer-run organization established in 1985 and represents the province’s sheep farmers who contribute over $530 million to Ontario’s economy. Ontario is home to Canada’s largest sheep flock and processes over 50% of the sheep and lambs born in Canada. We believe passionately that sheep farming is an agricultural business sector that is profitable, contributes to the well-being of our communities and our communities and our province and offers unique opportunities to develop new markets, provide needed environmental benefits and grow both our domestic and international markets. 

Source : Ontario Sheep

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