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2019 East Central Farm Show (39th)

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2019 East Central Farm Show (39th)

Time: March 6, 2019 at 9:30am to March 7, 2019 at 4pm
Location: Commonwell Exhibition Building
City/Town: Lindsay Fairgrounds, Ontario
Website or Map: https://regionalscia.org/ecfs…
Phone: 705-324-2594
Event Type: farm, show
Organized By: ontario soil and crop improvemnt association
Latest Activity: Feb 26

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Event Description

The 39th annual East Central Farm Show will take place in the Commonwell Exhibition Building at the Lindsay, Ontario Fairgrounds. The only show of its kind between London and Ottawa, the event happens on Wednesday, March 6 and Thursday, March 7, 2019.

Over 175 exhibitors from across Ontario will be on hand to present the latest in agricultural products to the farming community.  There are always new exhibitors in the show adding more choices to visit. The exhibitor list includes a wide range of agribusinesses from across Ontario aimed at the farming community. Farm technology and farm equipment dealers, crop input and soil management companies, livestock feed suppliers, farm organizations, and more. Additional services aimed at the agricultural industry include insurance, financial and program service companies.

Admission: General admission is $5, with current Soil and Crop members admitted free. Memberships, which cost $20, are available at the door.

More information: Please contact Neil Moore, Secretary Treasurer, phone 705-324-2594, nmoore361@gmail.com or visit https://regionalscia.org/ecfs-html/

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