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The London Poultry Show

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The London Poultry Show

Time: April 11, 2012 to April 12, 2012
Location: Western Fair District
Website or Map: http://www.westernfairdistric…
Event Type: poultry, show
Organized By: Western Fair District
Latest Activity: Apr 4, 2012

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Event Description

Poultry Industry Conference and Exhibition

Poultry Show

presented by:   

Farm Credit Canada

Thousands of poultry farmers, industry partners and suppliers flocked to this event, now in its 55th year.

The two-day show is a blend of trade show and professional development featuring networking opportunities, a wide array of products & services, guest presentations and informative seminars. With 57,000 square feet of exhibit space and more than 160 booths to visit, the London Poultry Show is recognized as a must-do event for anyone associated with this important agri-business.

The Poultry Show is co-sponsored by The Poultry Industry Council: 

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