Daryl Domitruk, Ph.D., P.Ag.
Daryl is a 37-year veteran of the agriculture industry. He earned his B.S.A. and M.Sc. from University of Manitoba and a Ph.D. from University of Saskatchewan.
Daryl began his career as an AIT in Saskatchewan where he was employed as a researcher in the crop protection industry prior to assuming doctoral studies in agronomy and plant breeding.
Back in Manitoba, Daryl obtained his P.Ag. credentials and worked conducting research for zero-till farmers. This was followed by 22 years of progression to senior levels of responsibility in the provincial civil service. In government, Daryl provided services in extension, resource conservation and, for majority of his tenure, research, and innovation programs. He represented government on numerous industry boards and gained formal training and experience in policy, legislation, governance, and leadership. In 2018, Daryl joined the Manitoba Pulse and Soybean Growers as Director of Research and Production. In 2020, he assumed additional responsibilities as Executive Director.
Daryl and his family reside in the Darlingford district of south-central Manitoba where he is active in a variety of community organizations. Daryl is a committed proponent of rural social and economic development.