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Hay Dryer Demo and Member Update

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Hay Dryer Demo and Member Update

Time: September 25, 2017 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Dunlea Farms
Street: 400 Field Rd
City/Town: Jerseyville
Website or Map: http://www.dunleafarms.com/lo…
Phone: 877-892-8663
Event Type: information, session
Organized By: Ontario Hay and Forage Co-operative Inc.
Latest Activity: Sep 5, 2017

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Event Description

The Ontario Hay and Forage Co-operative Inc. is hosting a Hay Dryer Demo and Member Update on September 25, 2017 from 10am – 3pm at Dunlea Farms, 400 Field Rd., Jerseyville, ON.  The key objective of the day is to update members about OHFC activities and market progress.  The second element of the day will provide information about the importance and value of proper hay drying techniques.  This element of the program will feature a live demonstration of an innovative new hay drying system.  

Members are encouraged to bring potential members to learn about the opportunities presented by the co-op.  

Additional details will be released as the program is finalized.  Stay tuned.

Trade show and sponsorship opportunities are available for this event.  Spaces are expected to fill quickly, so don’t hesitate.  This event is an excellent opportunity to advertise your business to your target audience! 

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