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2010 Managing Excellence in Agriculture Conference

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2010 Managing Excellence in Agriculture Conference

Time: February 3, 2010 at 6:30pm to February 5, 2010 at 4pm
Location: Sheraton Cavalier Saskatoon
Street: 612 Spadina Crescent East
City/Town: Saskatoon, SK
Website or Map: http://www.farmcentre.com/Eve…
Phone: 1-888-232-3262
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Canadian Farm Business Management Council
Latest Activity: Jan 28, 2010

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Whether you’re the head of a large farming corporation or the successor of a small family farm, the Canadian Farm Business Management Council (CFBMC) has created an event ideal for you. Our 2010 Managing Excellence in Agriculture Conference will focus on the different management styles of large versus small farms. We truly believe the size of your farm is not what measures your success. The management styles you use and staying informed of new agricultural ideas will keep you on the road to success.

By attending this conference, producers will have the chance to listen and learn from experts in the industry, share their knowledge with others, and return to their farming operation with new ideas to better manage their farm. Consultants and Industry Stakeholders will have the opportunity to network with other experts in agriculture, talk with farmers themselves, and gather a variety of new information and ideas regarding farm management.

Please join us for this fantastic event which includes plenary sessions, workshops, and tours of Saskatchewan agricultural businesses.

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Comment by AgOntario on January 28, 2010 at 2:59am
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Special Agriwebinar sessions live from the 2010 Managing Excellence in Agriculture Conference in Saskatoon!




Wednesday evening, February 3rd starting around 7:30 PM EST: open remarks & presentation of keynote speaker Dr. Lowell Catlett: "Smart is Beautiful - 21st Century Agriculture's Revolution"

Thursday morning, February 4th starting around 9:40 AM EST: presentation by Rob Napier: "No Straight Road: how can family farm businesses seize the opportu...

Thursday afternoon, February 4th starting around 3:00 PM EST: presentation by Bruce Vincent: "Will Agriculture have the Energy to Embrace the Future?"

Friday afternoon, February 5th starting around 2:30 PM EST: presentation by Bano Mehdi: "How climate change will affect how you, your children, and your gr...

Timing of each live session might differ as delays could occur during the conference.

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Séances spéciales en direct de la conférence Gérer l'excellence en agriculture 2010 de Saskatoon!



Mercredi soir, le 3 février, vers 19:30 HNE: mots d'ouverture suivi par la présentation de Dr. Lowell Catlett: « Penser Mieux - La révolution agricole du 21ième siècle»

Jeudi matin, le 4 février, vers 9 :40 HNE: présentation de Rob Napier : « Loin des sentiers battus : Les fermes familiales peuvent tirer profit de la volatilité et du changement »

Jeudi après-midi, le 4 février, vers 15 :00 HNE : présentation de Bruce Vincent : «L'agriculture aura-t-elle l'énergie nécessaire pour affronter l'avenir? »

Vendredi après-midi, le 5 février, vers 14 :30 HNE : présentation de Bano Mehdi : «Les effets du changement climatique sur votre méthode de gestion agricole ainsi que celles des générations futures »

Le début des séances peut varier en raison de délais occasionnés durant la conférence.
Comment by AgOntario on January 25, 2010 at 10:22am
Early Bird Special Extended until Feb.2nd!
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2010 Managing Excellence in Agriculture Conference
February 3 to 5, 2010
Sheraton Cavalier Hotel -Saskatoon, SK

The Canadian Farm Business Management Council is hosting our annual conference for agricultural producers, consultants and industry stakeholders. The 2010 Managing Excellence in Agriculture Conference will take place February 3rd to 5th at the Sheraton Cavalier Saskatoon in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. With expert speakers from Australia, the United States and Canada this event is sure to be a great learning experience for all.

Winners of the Canada's Outstanding Young Farmers award will also be present, to motivate and inspire!

More information about the conference can be found on our website by clicking here.

CFBMC Members receive a 15% discount on the conference, become a member today!

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