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Quinte Farm Trade Show 2018

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Quinte Farm Trade Show 2018

Time: February 15, 2018 from 9am to 4pm
Location: Knights of Columbus Hall
Street: 57 Stella Cres
City/Town: Trenton, ON
Event Type: farm, show
Organized By: Quinte Farm Trade Show
Latest Activity: Feb 15

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Event Description

Trade show runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm with over 40 local exhibitors.

 

Seminars:

10:30 am  Keynote Speaker: Matthew Pot, “Perspectives on Global Markets, Primary focus on Corn, Soy, and Wheat”.     

Followed by “Decision Makers Discussion on Precision Ag’s Future”. To be confirmed.

 

12:00 noon        Delicious hot roast beef dinner. Tickets available at the door.

 

1:00 pm   Amy Petherick, “OSCIA Workshops and potential funding opportunities”.

 

1:20 pm  Keynote Speaker: Dr. Dan Undersander, “Mowing, Conditioning and Drying Forage for Hay, Haylage and Balage and info on Low Lignin Alfalafa”.

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