Dairy Farmers of Ontario’s general manager, Graham Lloyd, has left the organization after two years as GM through tumultuous times.
Dairy Farmers of Ontario confirmed Lloyd was no longer with the organization effective Jan. 31. A spokesperson said the DFO would appoint an acting general manager shortly, but declined to comment on Lloyd’s departure or time with the organization.
Many farmers would recognize Lloyd from a series of producer meetings last year as negotiations over the Canada-United-States-Mexico trade deal (CUSMA) wrapped up.
Lloyd was with the DFO since 2011, when he started as general counsel and secretary of the board, before taking on the role of director of communications and eventually becoming the general manager in 2017.