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Hay - Make the Most of it!

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Hay - Make the Most of it!

Time: March 24, 2016 from 9:45am to 4pm
Location: Lely Training Centre
Street: 830 Parkinson Rd
City/Town: Woodstock
Website or Map: https://www.google.ca/maps/pl…
Phone: 877-892-8663
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: Ontario Forage Council
Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2016

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Hay – Making the Most of It!

Lely Training Centre

830 Parkinson Rd

Woodstock, ON

N4S 8L2

Unit 6

March 24, 2016 - 9:45am- 3:35pm

 

9:45 – Registration

10:00 - Welcome & Introductions

10:05 - John Hussack, Independent Crop Consultant, CCA

Establishment, Fertility & Winterkill in Forages

 

10:50 - Break

 

11:00 – Bill Brown, GROWMARK

Weed, Insect & Disease Control

Benefits of Forages in Your Rotation

 

11:45 – Larry Davis – Co-Op Director

Ontario Hay & Forage Co-operative Inc. Update

 

12:15 - Lunch

1:00 – Sam Zahnd, Manager Business Development ACC

Advanced Payment Program for Forages

 

1:15 – Colin MacMillan, Pestell Minerals & Ingredients Inc.

Hay Preservatives for Quality Assurance

 

1:35 – Keynote Speaker Dan Undersander

Maximizing Yield Potential with Proper Timing

 

3:35 – Speaker Panel – Q & A

4:00 – Conclusion

 

Admission: $25, includes lunch

To register: 1-877-892-8663

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