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Chatham-Kent Farm Show

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Chatham-Kent Farm Show

Time: January 25, 2017 at 9pm to January 26, 2017 at 4pm
Location: John D. Bradley Convention Centre
City/Town: Chatham
Website or Map: http://ontariotradeshows.com/…
Event Type: farms, show
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Jan 5, 2017

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Event Description

The Chatham-Kent Farm Show is one of Ontario’s largest indoor farming events.  More than 125 local exhibiting companies showcase the latest in farm equipment, communications and technology on 35,000+ square feet of show space.  Free seminars focus on a variety of topics important to the regions farmers, hobbyist and agribusiness professionals.

The Chatham-Kent Farm Show strives to educate farmers and rural residents from across the region with the latest cutting-edge agricultural products, equipment, technology and services all under one roof. The Farm Show is also an entertaining and educational outing for the entire family!

ADMISSION

$5.00
(UNDER 16 FREE)
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING

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