Manitoba Egg Farmers Announces New General Manager

Oct 20, 2010 | Corporate Member News

Cory Rybuck

Manitoba Egg Farmers is pleased to announce the appointment of Cory Rybuck as General Manager. Starting on November 29, Cory will work closely with long time GM Penny Kelly to ensure a seamless transition when she leaves the position at year end. Cory was born and raised in Winnipeg and earned a Bachelor of Science & Agriculture degree from the University of Manitoba.

For the last five years he has been employed with the Agriculture & Food Council of Alberta, where he served as Executive Director of Federal Programs and General Manager for the past two years. As a former Winnipegger Cory is looking forward to coming home and is eager to take on the new challenges this role has to offer.

“I am very excited to be joining an organization that is recognized as a leader in a dynamic industry and province. I have always felt that my roots extended back to Manitoba, so my family and I are thrilled to be returning home.”

The MEF board looks forward to adding Cory to our team.

Ed Kleinsasser

Ed Kleinsasser, MEF chair says “Cory’s extensive background in food safety and quality assurance will be a valuable asset to our organization. We look forward to working with Cory and feel he will make an excellent addition.”

For more information please contact:

Ed Kleinsasser, Chair
Manitoba Egg Farmers
[email protected]
 

About the Manitoba Egg Farmers (MEF):

Manitoba Egg Farmers represents 171 egg and pullet farmers in Manitoba, who collectively produce about 57 million dozen eggs each year. Over 99% of the eggs on local grocery store shelves are produced right here in Manitoba. Each regulated egg farmers adheres to MEF’s Quality Assurance Program for food safety, animal care and environmental standards. 

Our mission is to promote a thriving and sustainable egg industry and our vision is to be respected as a leader in the egg industry. 

 To find out more click here.

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