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Central ON Ag Conference 7h
Tech tools and how we use them on our sheep farms An experienced panel of shepherds, including Maureen Rundle, Grant Cowan, and , will share the types of data tools they use on their farms. cc Register here:
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Central ON Ag Conference 15m
also welcomes Donna Goodwin, Cultural Development Coordinator at Tourism Simcoe County, who will talk about developing apiculture as a tourism initiative in . Will you there, ? Registration is now open! cc
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Trillium Mutual 5h
Congratulations to the inaugural recipients of the Real Ontario Farm Insurance Bursary, Alison Visser & Theresa Van Damme, both have entered their first year into the ! Good luck to both of you with your continued studies and future in the industry!!
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Central ON Ag Conference 8h
presents a talk by of on sustainability in the Ontario sheep sector. He will share what he thinks the sheep industry needs to do to strengthen its position as a commodity in a time of close scrutiny. Registration is open:
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Seed Corn Ontario 6h
Seed Corn Prices for Friday, January 18, 2019
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Central ON Ag Conference 4h
Bill Woodley will be speaking at , focusing on what he calls “The Legacy Effect” – understanding management and nutrition decisions made on dairy farms today that will affect future production. Registration is now open:
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Farmtario Jan 17
Our most-read story overnight: Ontario farmers took deeper discounts on mouldy corn than farmers elsewhere in 2018. Farmtario editor investigates why.
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Central ON Ag Conference 6h
Complementing a talk on buying & selling farms by , Wendy Eagle, Equine Behaviourist, will discuss optimum husbandry practices within the farm environment for horses at Registration is now open.
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Tom Wright 2h
Reminder to register for the PDO Symosium, the early bird rate deadline is end of January details at
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Crop-Tech Consulting 6h
No matter what day corn you plant, knowing your hybrid characteristics will be to your benefit. Start with the field, know its strengths and weaknesses and then pick a hybrid that takes advantage of the strengths and farm around weaknesses.
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Farmtario 6h
hybrid testing for DON needs industry support: "If we can keep highly susceptible hybrids out of the marketplace it will go a ways to solve the problem.”
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Central ON Ag Conference 2h
presents: Food Production in the Next 40 Years Moderated by Chris Litster, the panel will feature speakers from earlier in the day. Want to join us, ? Registration is now open:
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Philip Shaw 6h
I’m assuming I’ll see all my friends next week at the Chatham Kent Farm Show….see how we roll in the deep SW
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New-Life Mills 8h
Are you able to follow, maintain and update a preventative maintenance program? Check out our Maintenance Person position at our Inkerman, Listowel and Wyoming Mills!
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Meghan Moran 6h
Learning a lot about success and challenges of growing high yielding canola from the 2018 OCGA Canola Yield Winners while i put their info together for the OCGA AGM next week. Hope to see lots of growers on Tuesday at Nottawasaga Inn!
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Grain Farmers of Ontario 8h
We are hiring a Communications Assistant to act as the Grain Discovery Zone ambassador this spring, summer and fall. Want to travel across the province talking about agriculture? Details:
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Central ON Ag Conference 10h
presents Small Ruminant Specialist, , who will give a talk on the Ontario industry, discussing what tools and actions need to be taken to get the sector to 2029. Registration is now open:
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RealAgriculture 3m
LISTEN: & catch up at the and talk all about what's happening in the
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Central ON Ag Conference 12h
Thank you to our major sponsors: , , , , , , , Simcoe County Federation of Agriculture and DLG Farm Drainage.
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Veritas Farm Mgmt. 13h
Choosing corn hybrids without BT proteins to reduce seed costs may affect yield potential and increase threat of hungry insects.
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