Cherilyn Nagel

Cherilyn, her husband David and family farm grains, oilseeds, and pulses in Mossbank, Saskatchewan. In 2004, Cherilyn was elected as President of the Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association and after a successful five-year term, she remains a Director on the current Board.  She considers signing the first durum contract on the open market in December of 2011 to be one of her career highlights as a farmer.

In 2011, Cherilyn was featured in SaskBusiness Magazine as one of Saskatchewan’s Most Influential Women. Then in 2012, Cherilyn was awarded the Agricultural IMPACT award at the Grow Canada Conference for her efforts and passion for making positive changes in the agriculture sector. This was followed in 2014 with being awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Cherilyn has gained experience in media relations and enjoys promoting positive stories of agricultural successes. She has been an active speaker and advocate and has recently launched her own website to promote and book speaking engagements. In addition, she was invited to participate in the “Barbie: You Can Be Anything” Mentorship Program and spent the day with a young girl who dreams of being a farmer when she grows up.

Cherilyn is currently working with Farm and Food Care Saskatchewan to set up an Agricultural Speakers Bureau in the province. The goal is to help connect enthusiastic farmers with companies and local organizations who would like presentations related to modern farming practices. She will be training other farmers in the art of sharing a positive message about the food that we grow right here at home.

Committees

Grain Grading, CGC & Grain Act

Trade Agreements

Consumer Confidence

Cherilyn in the Media

Wheat Growers Say Federal Budget Not Based On Reality

“In analyzing the 2021 Federal budget, the Western Canadian Wheat Growers see little that will benefit grain farmers. Agriculture has been a strong contributor to Canada’s economy during COVID-19 and should be supported accordingly. Grain farmers have been early adopters of the latest technology that maximizes production and minimizes costs, but the 2021 budget recognizes […]

CFCW Carbon Tax Conversation with Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel – December 21, 2020

PART 2: Wheat Growers’ Director Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel has a passionate discussion with CFCW’s Cheryl Brooks about the brutal additional carbon tax hike announced by the Trudeau’s Liberal government.

CFCW Carbon Tax Conversation with Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel – December 18, 2020

PART 1: Wheat Growers’ Director Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel has a passionate discussion with CFCW’s Cheryl Brooks about the brutal additional carbon tax hike announced by the Trudeau’s Liberal government.

Grain Growers Of Canada Release New Video

“Today’s Modern Grain Farm: A Harvest Across Canada” is a short video designed to help educate politicians and policymakers about the challenges and realities facing farmers today. Saskatchewan grain farmer, Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel is a Director with the Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association and is featured in the film.

GX on Agriculture Interview with Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel

Director Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel talks about the upcoming provincial election in relation to prairie grain farmers. Google Listeners  Apple Listeners

China Brief | Edition 052: Free trade pilot in Beijing, China’s corn shortage and barley, COVID-19 vaccine, farm receipts, Spotlight feature

China is a huge trade market and one that cannot be ignored. Unfortunately, China is not a fair-trading partner. Because their market is so large, and politically-driven, they have become a bully in the trade world – punishing those who disagree with them. 

Farming For Tomorrow: Game Changer

For Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel, it wasn’t so much that she wanted to set farming free, it was that she wanted to be set free from farming. Or so she thought. The Mossbank, Sask., farm kid was determined at a young age to leave country roads in the dust as soon as she could find the pavement.

Gormley – Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel

Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel who farms near Mossbank, SK and is the director with the Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association joins Gormley to talk about Saskatchewan agriculture’s impact on world trade and COVID-19 ramifications.

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