ATP Nutrition Adds New Territory in Saskatchewan & Manitoba

Written on 09/14/18

ATP Nutrition is excited to announce Kurtis Shukin as Regional Account Manager for a new territory to service the nutritional needs of growers and retailers in Eastern Saskatchewan and Western Manitoba

Kurtis’s experience, agronomic knowledge and network will make him a great addition to ATP’s agronomic technical team. Kurtis’s agricultural experience spans over the past 18 years and includes several years as a grain and oilseed producer. With his past experience as a product and territory sales manager, he worked closely with ag retails and growers to help them achieve their yield goals.

Kurtis’s agronomic knowledge started with growing up on a grain farm near Buchanan, Saskatchewan. To supplement his on-farm knowledge, he later graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a major in Soil Science. Kurtis has built a vast network of growers and ag retails over the years and is passionate about how proactive plant nutrition can drive the genetic potential of the crop. 

Kurtis resides in Canora, Saskatchewan with his wife, Genevieve and three children, Taye, Kaelyn and Karter, who are very active in Hockey and Lacrosse. 

Please join us in welcoming Kurtis to the ATP Nutrition family. To contact Kurtis or any other members of the ATP Nutrition team go to our Find a Rep Page:

ATP Nutrition is a leading supplier of essential plant nutrients helping growers across North America realize the genetic potential of their crop. Founded in 2010, the company simplified the complicated area of plant nutrition by developing the System of Chemtrition, an agronomically sound management plan built upon the R3 Agronomic Platform. In 2018, ATP Nutrition became a division of Concentric Ag, a leader of microbial-based biostimulants that boosts the health of the plant microbiome. The synergistic effect of the combined entities’ technical platforms, biologicals and plant nutrition, will deliver the next wave of plant and soil health improvements further driving the genetic potential of the crop.