Who We Are

AgriClear empowers producers to market cattle on their own terms.

The Premiere Online Livestock Platform

This online platform allows members of the AgriClear community to streamline the marketing process and expand opportunities to both buy and sell cattle across the U.S. and Canada—of all breeds, types, and attributes.

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We are backed by the financial power and integrity of the TMX Group, and the expertise of NGX, a provider of electronic trading, central counterparty clearing and data services to the North American natural gas and electricity markets. Sellers are assured of receiving payment for delivered cattle and buyers are assured of receiving cattle that meets their expectations.



Business Development Team

Dr. Brian G. Bolt

ac_bio_brian_g_boltDr. Brian G. Bolt is Manager, Business Development for AgriClear Inc. Prior to joining AgriClear, Brian was a faculty member in the Animal & Veterinary Sciences Department at Clemson University. Prior to joining the faculty at Clemson, he served as the Executive Director of the South Carolina Cattlemen’s Association from 2000-2003.

He received his Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from Western Kentucky University in 1996 where he was a member of the livestock judging team. Brian also holds a Master’s Degree in Food Animal Industries and a PhD in Animal Physiology both from Clemson University.


Carrie Lewis Huenink

ac_bio_carrie_lewis_hueninkCarrie Lewis Huenink is Manager, Business Development with AgriClear, Inc. She was raised on a cow/calf operation in Eastern Colorado. Carrie has 20 years of industry experience working in the seedstock, feeding and packing sectors while employed by Shady Brook Angus (Leoma, Tennessee) and Five Star Cattle Systems (Greeley, Colorado). More recently, Carrie was the Director, Livestock Industry for AgInfoLink USA (Westminster, Colorado) where her key role was to manage and maintain AgInfoLink’s USDA verification services program for Age and Source and Non-Hormone Treated Cattle.

Currently, she serves as treasurer of the Weld County Junior Livestock Sale Committee. Carrie holds a BS in Agribusiness from Colorado State University.


Leadership Team

David Moss

ac_bio_david_mossDavid Moss has been in the cattle industry his entire life. Moss co-managed the family feedlot, and custom silage and farming operation in southeastern Alberta. He most recently served as CEO (North America) for Integrated Traceability Solutions. Previous to this, he was the COO of Livestock Identification Services (LIS). During his nine years at LIS, Moss oversaw the commerce of five million head of livestock annually, and helped to create an interactive database that has become central to Alberta’s traceability capability. Before that, Moss was the General Manager of Cattle Operations at Western Feedlots, Canada’s largest custom feedlot (100,000 head). Moss has helped build ranch to retail alliances in the United States, Australia and in South America, and has played an integral role in Canada’s livestock traceability system.

David holds a Bachelor of Management degree from the University of Lethbridge, a Masters Certificate in project management from York University, and a Masters degree in Leadership from the University of Guelph.


Roland Labuhn

ac_bio_roland_labuhnAs an entrepreneur and innovation focused executive, Roland has founded and consulted to a diverse range of Oil and Gas and Information Technology firms. Roland is a Partner at Deloitte where he leads operations improvement, innovation and analytics programs for Global Resource firms. Roland was the VP Energy Sector at TELUS where he led strategies, value added partnerships and complex sales programs in the Resource sector. He previously was a Managing Director at Accenture where he led Information Technology transformation programs for Accenture’s Energy sector clients. Roland has developed his entrepreneurial skills through a range of start-up roles, including being the President of Quorum Business Solutions (Canada) Inc., a leading independent Oil and Gas consulting and software firm. He has also served as a founder, Director and interim executive for several Canadian based Oil and Gas and technology firms. Roland is currently the Chairman for the Canadian Institute of Hydrocarbon Measurement and a Director at Meticulon, a provider of innovative IT solutions staffed by highly skilled consultants with Autism spectrum disorders.

Roland has a B.Mgmt from the University of Lethbridge, an MBA from the University of British Columbia and has completed his Institute of Corporate Directors designation through the Rotman School of Management.


Dr. Nevil Speer

ac_bio_nevil_speerDr. Nevil Speer most recently served as professor of animal science at Western Kentucky University, while remaining actively engaged with the industry through teaching, applied research, outreach and consultation. Prior to moving to Kentucky, Nevil lived in Colorado where he maintained an active interest in the cattle business.

Nevil has been involved with countless livestock and food industry projects spanning such issues as market competition in livestock markets; implications of agro-terrorism on the food business; animal identification; assessment of price risk and volatility on the producer segment; country-of-origin labeling; and usage of antibiotics in animal agriculture.

His monthly market column began in 2000 covering primarily the markets and analysis of the broader cattle business, appears in several publications including BEEF Magazine. Additionally, he also provided commentary in Feedstuffs and has served as contributing editor to CALF News with his “Beef Biz” column for more than 10 years.

Nevil holds a Bachelor of Science, Masters of Science and a PhD, in Animal Science from Colorado State University. He also holds an MBA from Western Kentucky University.