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Bringing Them Home

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We’re here to help with industry insight, advice and the products you need as you bring your herd in off grass.

From effective weaning strategies, nutritional advice, tips for corn grazing and effective parasite control. Get all the supplies you need.

SEE OUR FULL ASSORTMENT OF LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES

Print off the handy checklist to ensure you have everything for the season. Bring it into the store and we’ll help you out.

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Insights and Expertise

Meet your UFA Livestock Team

From health treatments and nutrition to safe handling, cow/calf care and pasture management; our team offers a wealth of knowledge and experience to help you make the best decisions for your farm and animals.

Shane Menaz

Northwestern Alberta

Shane Menzak

Shelly Skoberg

Northeastern Alberta

Shelly Skoberg

Shane Menzak

Customer Account Manager

Region: Northwestern Alberta


What I bring to the UFA Livestock team is my background in livestock production and my firm understanding of the beef industry. I completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Sciences from the University of Alberta and spent several years with a national veterinary pharmaceutical distribution company before joining UFA in 2014.

Shelly Skoberg

Customer Account Manager

Region: Northeastern Alberta


I believe my diverse knowledge base best helps me to support UFA in all Aspects of Agribusiness. As an Animal Health Technician, I have years of experience in the cow/calf, feedlot and veterinary industry, but I also hold my Agronomy certificate to provide a breadth of expertise to our members and customers in the Vermilion, Provost and Consort areas.

Julia Vold

Central Alberta

Julia Vold

Julia Vold

Customer Account Manager

Region: Central Alberta


Consider me a CAM of all-trades! I have a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Business from the University of Wyoming. I have experience in rodeo livestock production, and I also managed a cow/calf operation in the United States. But that’s just on the Livestock side of things! I also worked for a grain elevator and in the areas of agronomy and crop protection before transitioning to my current role at UFA.