Cam Goff is a father, husband, long-time farmer and small business owner living and working in rural Saskatchewan. Cam has farmed full-time for almost fifty years and today operates a grain farm northeast of Hanley with his two brothers. His first involvement in farm politics came when he was elected as a director of the Canadian Wheat Board until the Harper government dismantled it. After that, Cam served as the first-ever chair of the Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission, stepping down just this year. Cam and his wife, Bev, owned the Shell service station in Hanley, a venture they built up over the years to service their community and sell farm supplies. Together, Cam and Bev have three kids.