Bill has been involved with KAP at the district level, on the board of directors, and most recently as KAP vice president. He is a fourth-generation farmer near Minto, with 2,640 acres – 1,700 of them seeded to annual crops. He also runs a purebred Limousin cattle operation.
Bill believes that farmers should be proactive in all aspects of agriculture and that they must be knowledgeable about all factors at affect their livelihood. To this end, he is active with a number of agricultural organizations.
In addition to his presidency with KAP, Bill is president of the Manitoba Limousin Association. He was recognized in 2016 for his dedication and work with the Limousin breed by the Canadian Limousin Association, which presented him with an award of distinction. Bill is also a long-time volunteer with the Manitoba Livestock Expo and a member of his local vet board.
Bill holds a diploma in agriculture from the University of Manitoba. most recently, he was awarded a certificate of merit by the university for his work in the agriculture industry.