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The Canadian Dairy XPO

Event Details

The Canadian Dairy XPO

Time: February 6, 2013 to February 7, 2013
Location: Stratford Rotary Complex
Street: 353 McCarthy Road
Website or Map: http://dairyxpo.ca/index.php
Phone: Office: 226.381.0282
Event Type: dairy, expo
Organized By: ROI Event Management - Jordan Underhill
Latest Activity: Jan 28, 2013

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Event Description

CDX is PROUD to announce the inaugural Canadian Dairy XPO
is to be held at The Stratford Rotary Complex.

353 McCarthy Road, P.O. Box 818, Stratford ON, Canada N5A 6W1

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Canada’s first national, exclusively dairy event

coming to Stratford, Ontario this February

 

Influential dairy-industry players have signed on to connect with professional commercial and purebred dairy producers

 

Stratford ON – May 31, 2012 – The Canadian Dairy XPO (CDX), a new large-scale dairy event and a first ever for Canada, will mix dairy agribusiness, breed associations, and the research community under one huge roof with dairy producers and global industry stakeholders.

 

In addition to hundreds of dairy product and service providers in the tradeshow halls, the event will feature a world-class speaker program, live milking robot showdown, working cow showcase, and an evening networking social. All will take place in the new world-class Stratford Rotary Complex.

 

“Progressive and professional dairy producers will find significant return on their time investment at this event that is exclusively for the dairy industry,” says Jordon Underhill, one of the founders of CDX. “There is a lot of pride in this vibrant sector and producers need a national stage to gather for technology and education transfer.”

 

Talo Tamminga, who spent nine years as manager of Lely North America and introduced robotic milking to North America in 1999, is Underhill’s partner running CDX. “We will operate in English, French and Dutch, the three major languages of the dairy industry in Canada,” says Tamminga. “We’ve chosen Stratfordas the home of the event as it’s one of the hotspots of expansion in the Canadian dairy industry and it’s easy to get to.”

 

Please click here to see the complete Press Release

For more information, please contact:

 

Jordon Underhill                                                          Talo Tamminga

Founder                                                                       Founder

Canadian Dairy XPO                                                    Canadian Dairy XPO

519-760-0892                                                              519-212-7525

jordon@rioevents.ca                                                   talo@roievents.ca

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