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Crop Sen$e

Time: August 18, 2011 at 11am to August 20, 2011 at 2pm
Location: University of Guelph Ridgetown College Campus
City/Town: Ridgetown
Website or Map: http://www.4-hontario.ca/yout…
Phone: 1-877-410-6748
Event Type: youth, conference
Organized By: 4-H Ontario
Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2011

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Event Description

A conference for youth ages 17-25 focused on the business management side of cropping. During the conference topics such as marketing, production, financial management, human resources, social responsibility, succession planning, business structure and business strategy will be covered. These topics will be addressed through a variety of guest speakers, farm tours and presentations.

Registration deadline - July 15
Costs $100 plus HST = $113.00

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