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Monday, February 27, 2012

Innovative Farmers Conference This Week!

2012 Innovative Farmers Conference London Ontario!

Ontario Innovative Farmers will be traveling from our area to London,Ontario Wednesday February 28 to February 29 to take part in an annual 2-day conference. The speaker line-up for this event includes:

• Revolutionary Perennial Crop Research — Is Evergreen Better?
Jerry Glover, agricultural ecosystem researcher

• How Healthy Soils Produce Healthy Plants
Gary Zimmer, Biological agriculture author/educator

• Establishing and Maintaining Waterways/ Residue Management
Marian Calmer, Calmer Corn Heads

• Keys to Becoming a 100% Continuous No-Tiller
Grant Troop, from the Pennsylvania “Park the Plow” program

• AGRITECHNICA Insights – Puts Louisville Show To Shame!
Manfred Neunaber, editor German Profi Magazine

• Conservation Tillage – Cure All or Problem for Phosphorous Loss?
Don Flaten, Crop/Nutrient Management Specialist, University of Manitoba

• Business Strategies – A Look at Successes, Failures and How Your Farm Stacks Up
Wayne Skrypnyk, helping farm families and businesses adapt and succeed

• Precision Farming Panel and more. For full details, see the IFAO 2012 Conference printable flyer.

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