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Dec 01, 2015
Kolodychuk re-acclaimed as CSF Chairman for third term
During the Canadian Sheep Federation’s (CSF’s)

For Immediate Release

November 30, 2015 – Ottawa, Ontario – During the Canadian Sheep Federation’s (CSF’s) recent Annual General Meeting, Phil Kolodychuk was acclaimed as Chairman for a third consecutive term.

Mr. Kolodychuk, a sheep farmer from Bluesky, Alberta, thanked the CSF Board of Directors for their support of his nomination to lead the sheep industry in the coming year. “We have a great opportunity in our industry as the high quality of our Canadian Lamb products is in great demand. The CSF will continue to support our producers to make upcoming traceability requirements as easy and affordable as possible,” said Kolodychuk following his appointment.

This is Mr. Kolodychuk’s sixth year on the CSF Board of Directors. Phil, along with his wife and children have raised lambs for the past 17 years. Phil also works off the farm. “I got involved to better my knowledge of the national sheep industry,” he says. Phil hopes to influence other producers to keep involved in their industry.

Joining Phil on the Executive is the re-acclaimed Vice Chairman Rob Scott, a sheep producer from Brantford, Ontario. Rounding out the Executive Committee are Barbara Johnstone-Grimmer from Pender Island, British Columbia, and Herman Bouw of Dugald, Manitoba.

The Canadian Sheep Federation is the national not-for-profit organization that represents sheep producers from across Canada. The CSF’s primary responsibility is to set national policy for the sheep industry with a mission to work closely and cooperatively with all levels of government and industry, both domestic and foreign, to further the viability, expansion and prosperity of the Canadian sheep and wool industry. For more information about the Canadian Sheep Federation give us a call at 1-888-684-7739 or email us at