Corteva under new leadership in Canada after trade with Iowa office

Bryce Eger (Corteva) and Shaun Haney (RealAgriculture) on stage at TechTour LIVE in Red Deer, AB.

Corteva AgriScience has shuffled the leadership deck in Canada replacing Bryce Eger with Jeremy Dirks, according to a company spokesperson.

Dirks will now be vice president, Canada Commercial Unit for Corteva Agriscience Canada. Dirks most recently served as project management office leader for Corteva at Johnston, Iowa. Dirks previously held roles establishing the company’s role in global food systems and also as a commercial unit lead.

Eger has been promoted to vice president, seeds R&D for Corteva Agriscience and will be based at Iowa.

Eger has served as president of Corteva Canada since 2017, and was previously president of Pioneer Hi-Bred Limited, and business director for DuPont Crop Protection and DuPont Pioneer for two years. He was also chair of the CropLife Canada board of directors, but will be stepping down from this role.

Eger made the announcement known via his personal LinkedIn account.

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