Klebe joins Pierce County Extension office
Brenden Klebe has joined North Dakota State University Extension as the agriculture and natural resources agent in Pierce County.
Klebe began working in the Extension office, located in the Pierce County Courthouse on Oct. 16.
“Klebe will deliver the latest agricultural research from NDSU to area farmers, ranchers and community members. He also will work with Pierce County 4-H programs to help build future leaders,” according to a statement from the office.
“I look forward to communicating with people in the community and providing them valuable insight on any questions they may have about herbicides, livestock, farm management, horticulture and many other subjects,” Klebe said in the statement.
“Klebe may be a familiar face to many local producers,” the statement said. “Before joining NDSU Extension, he spent the past five years as an agronomist and certified crop adviser at Envision Cooperative in Rugby.”
He earned a bachelor of science degree in crop and weed science with a minor in agribusiness from NDSU.
“Brenden brings to this position an enthusiasm for NDSU Extension and our mission to provide unbiased, research-based information,” said Dena Kemmet, NDSU Extension’s central district director.
Klebe farms part time west of Willow City, where he grows wheat, soybeans and canola.
He can be reached at the Extension office by calling 776-6234 or emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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