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Caleb Wiebe

I’ve been with Dutch for 2.5 years and am excited to develop my expertise in the agricultural industry, and to innovate and create new solutions which will provide real world value to our customers. I look forward to creating a work environment and culture that people love to be a part of, and I’m excited to see where Dutch will go as we grow as a company in the coming years.

I started as the inside sales rep for our custom service projects, 6 months later I was promoted to be the planning manager, and after 2 years I was given the opportunity to step into the engineering manager position. This is a great opportunity as I completed my Industrial Systems Engineering degree and have work experience in fields such as potash solution mining, carbon capture and natural gas distribution.

I like working at Dutch because I can make a difference. Being a family owned and operated business, we’re able to stay in tune with the needs of the staff, producers and vendors in a way that allows us to remain agile and adapt to our customers needs. What sets Dutch apart is the people; from our Territory Managers working hard to offer knowledgeable insight and quality recommendations (and being the first to crawl into the mud under a drill and change openers when need be)… to our engineers, designing openers to make a difference in the yield a farmer sees… to our shop staff striving to create quality parts that will withstand any farming application. Everyone makes Dutch what it is

I was born in Regina, grew up in Alberta (south Calgary and high school in Okotoks) and moved back to Regina when I attended university and now live here with my wife, daughter and am expecting a second March 1, 2024. My great-grandparents used to farm east of Bergheim – which is northeast of Saskatoon, and my wife’s family farms in Elm Creek, Manitoba.