Will Sheard

Will Sheard

Will Sheard

Consultant, Farm Management Consulting

Will is a member of MNP’s Farm Management Consulting Team in Stratford. Will serves primary producers and farm businesses with a focus on helping them bring their operation to the next level of success.

Will brings a deep understanding of agriculture to his role, with a background as a farmer, a commodity marketing agent, and a research and extension lead for agricultural development in Haiti.

Will earned a Bachelor of Commerce in agricultural business and agricultural business operations (BComAg) from the University of Guelph in 2014. He sits as a project board member for SHARE, an agricultural non-profit in Ontario

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