Kristjan Hebert was born and raised a farmer. He left the family farm briefly to obtain his bachelor of commerce at the University of Saskatchewan and articled at MNP to fulfil his CPA requirements. He then returned to pursue his passion for farming. Grateful for being born into farming, Kristjan has made it his life’s work to help each and every farmer increase revenue and reduce risk in hopes of helping them live a better life, and fulfil the food needs of the growing world. Kristjan Hebert is the managing partner of Hebert Grain Ventures (HGV), a 12,000-acre grain and oilseed operation in southeast Saskatchewan. Kristjan quickly became recognized throughout the industry as one of the best young minds in farming.

Dedicated to practising and promoting excellence in farming. Kristjan Hebert was born and raised a farmer. He left the family farm briefly to get his CPA at the University of Saskatchewan but returned to his pursue his passion for farming. Hoping for unicorns and settling on good enough is very real when it comes to underperforming on your farm’s bottom line. Instead let’s focus on small improvements, balancing perfection and logistics, and aiming for excellence.

After a brief stint at Meyers Norris Penny, he came back to farming with a focus on profitability. He is the Chairmen of Global Ag Risk Solutions and is a graduate of Texas A&M’s The Executive Program for Agricultural Producers (TEPAP). Danny Klinefelter, of TEPAP, refers to Kristjan Hebert as “one of the most progressive young farmers he knows”.

Kristjan Hebert is also the co-founder of a new online platform WorkHorse Hub, geared towards solving a serious issue in agriculture today – labour. Grateful for being born into farming, Kristjan has made it his life’s work to help each and every farmer increase revenue and reduce risk in hopes of helping them live a better life.

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