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Hog Marketing 101 - March 2 & 9, 2011 (two afternoons)

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Hog Marketing 101 - March 2 & 9, 2011 (two afternoons)

Time: March 2, 2011 from 1:15pm to 4pm
Location: 100 Don St., Clinton
Website or Map: http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/e…
Phone: 1-877-424-1300 E-mail: ag.info.omafra@ontario.ca
Event Type: 2, half, day, workshops
Organized By: Huron County Pork Producers' Association
Latest Activity: Feb 23, 2011

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Event Description

This workshop will help you to understand, develop, and implement better hog marketing practices. Learn about the basic market concepts, tools, and information sources needed to develop your own hog marketing plan.

You will learn about:

  • Market fundamentals
  • Ontario base formula price impacts
  • The importance of your cost of production
  • The basics of forward contracting and hedging with the futures
  • Advantages / Disadvantages of the marketing tools
  • Key features of a hog marketing plan

Register Today! Space is Limited to 20

This training may be eligible for cost-share funding through Growing Forward Business Development for Farm Businesses.

Pre-registration required by February 25, 2011 with:

Linda Dillon
Phone/Fax: 519-482-3333
Email: linda.dillon@ontario.ca

Mail to:
Linda Dillon, OMAFRA
100 Don St., Clinton, ON
N0M 1L0

Each participant receives a Hog Marketing Resource binder covering workshop material and market information.


Alternate Format: pdf (120 kb)

 

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