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Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show

Event Details

Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show

Time: September 10, 2019 to September 12, 2019
Location: Canada's Outdoor Park,
Street: 744906 Oxford Road 17
City/Town: Woodstock, ON N4S 7W1, Canada
Website or Map: https://www.outdoorfarmshow.c…
Phone: 1-800-563-5441
Event Type: farm, show
Organized By: farm credit canada
Latest Activity: Apr 5

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Event Description

As the country’s largest outdoor agricultural trade show, Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show has many unique offerings, all geared to showcasing new technologies and innovations in an outdoor setting, complementing the lifestyle farmers have chosen.You can experience everything in agriculture here.

As a business-to-business show dedicated solely to agricultural products, equipment and services, Canada's Outdoor Farm Show delivers agricultural advancements that will help Canadian farmers continue to produce high-quality and safe food competitively.

Highlights:
Each year, different themed field demonstrations take place in a 26 acre field and showcase machinery in action.

Around 6 acres of crop plots from the leading seed and crop protection companies highlight new innovations.

Livestock demonstrations focus on the newest technologies relevant to livestock production today.


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