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CURRENT & CONNECTED Conference

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CURRENT & CONNECTED Conference

Time: June 4, 2015 from 9am to 4:30pm
Location: Quality Hotel & Suites
Street: 580 Bruin Boulevard
City/Town: Woodstock
Phone: 1-877-474-2871
Event Type: educational
Organized By: Liz Robertson
Latest Activity: Apr 24, 2015

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CAFA's annual CURRENT & CONNECTED Conference in Woodstock provides professional development for farm industry professionals and in-person networking for a day that is sure to please.  Featured guest speakers and topics this year include:

Brent VanParys and Hali VanVliet of BDO's SuccessCare Program explaining how to build and transition three kinds of wealth. Next we have Karl Volkmar talking about AAFC research and its importance to Ontario's farmers.  John Mill will then explain the three kinds of farm business structures and how and when best to apply each.  Gary van Bolderen, Chair of Canadian Farm Builders is going to share information on new rules that will impact farm building plans.  We end the day with Naomi Loewith with advice on how to avoid and manage legal disputes.

Come and learn more about what is affecting Ontario farms and connect with other farm professionals!

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