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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

3-Day Better Farming Event!

Central Ontario Agricultural Conference-Jan 4-6 Barrie Ontario!

‘Building a Better Farm Business’ is what organizers of the Central Ontario Agricultural Conference hope farmers will do as a result of attending the 2012 program. Chairman John Miller is convinced 2012 will be an exciting year for livestock producers and field crop growers. The conference is an opportunity not to be missed.

Central Ontario Agricultural Conference, formerly known as "Ag Info Days". is a 3 day series of educational programming for farmers.  The steering committee is comprised of a dedicated group of volunteers representing farm commodity groups in the region. These volunteers and their subcommittees work to develop the program content, contact speakers and sponsors and provide overall coordination. Each day of the event focuses on a different type of agriculture : Wednesday – Dairy, Poultry,Beef'; Thursday-Organic,Maple,and Sheep; Friday – Crops and Horses.image Map Central Ontario Ag Conference Barrie

Over 30 Speakers Focussed On Farm Success

The planning committee continues to offer a top notch educational program and tradeshow. There are local, provincial and international speakers that will be of interest to horse, crop, maple syrup, farm fresh, organic, poultry and livestock farmers. The Central Ontario Agricultural Conference provides the latest information we need to remain competitive and profitable. For a full list of speakers, program, exhibitors and sponsors on "Building a Better Farm Business" please check out the links on their website. or download the pdf Central Ontario Ag Events Schedule

Trade Show Features Latest Ag Equipment, Programs, and Services

The trade show, with about 40 exhibitors participating, is an important aspect of the event. It provides farm suppliers and farmers with the opportunity to meet and learn about the latest information on inputs, equipment, programs and services. This is a chance to talk to industry experts one on one.

The program would not be possible without the significant contributions of sponsors and the work of volunteers.

Central Ontario Agricultural Conference can be very proud of its history of providing excellence in farm business management information to farmers in the region. It is truly a program "designed by farmers for farmers".

Registration at the door for $35.00 includes hot dinner and parking. Or $25.00 for registration only. HST included in both prices

See full details at: Central Ontario Ag Conference

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