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Great ON Yield Tour – 7th Annual

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Great ON Yield Tour – 7th Annual

Time: August 25, 2022 all day
Location: Derks Elevator
City/Town: Chesterville, ON
Website or Map: https://riskmanagement.farms.…
Event Type: yield, tour
Organized By: Farms.com Risk Management
Latest Activity: Jun 15

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Event Description

Join us for the Great ON Yield Tour organized by Farms.com Risk Management with fellow hosts Alpine, Derks Elevator, Maizex, and Farms.com.  The 2022 planting season is entering into unchartered territory with so many unknowns. The Yield Tour will look at the challenges of this growing season ahead with a look to predicting the yields across Ontario, so that farmers can make informed commodity decisions. 

Join us at an event near you:

August 25th at Derks Elevator in Chesterville, ON

September 1st at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock, ON

You must pre-register for this event. To find out more or to register visit:  

https://riskmanagement.farms.com/events/ontario-yield-tour-2022

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