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Ontario Goat Producers Group

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Ontario Goat Producers Group

This area is for sharing of information between goat producers.

Location: Ontario
Members: 3
Latest Activity: Sep 20, 2011

Ontario Goat Websites

Ontario Goat Milk Producers' Association
http://ontariogoatmilk.org

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Discuss the Major Issues for Goat Producers Here.

We should invite other Ontario Goat producers to join this group and this area can be used to share ideas and discuss how to handle the issues everyone faces. Good luck,Joe Dales and the Farms.com…Continue

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Started by Joe Dales Mar 13, 2010.

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Comment by Joe Dales on March 13, 2010 at 11:06am
We should select a picture for the Ontario Goat Producers Group area.
You can send us your pictures and we can post them up for everyone to provide feedback and we can select one that works....Thanks, Joe
 

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