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Innovative Farmers 2017 Conference

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Innovative Farmers 2017 Conference

Time: February 21, 2017 at 8am to February 22, 2017 at 3pm
Location: Best Western Lamplighter Inn
Street: 591 Wellington Rd S,
City/Town: London On
Website or Map: http://www.ifao.com/
Phone: 519-986-3560
Event Type: conference
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Jan 31, 2017

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Event Description

Early Bird Prices until Feb 7th Registration.

A conference that sends you home with more than general concepts and novel ideas. You'll have the opportunity to ask “how will this work on my farm?” And start the process of learning how these new concepts could work within your operation.

For Conference Prices & Hotel Information please Click here

Speakers & Topics

  • Cameron Mills – The Real Scoop on Cover Crops
  • Tom Sewell – Moving from Sustainable to Regenerative Agriculture
  • Steve Larocque – Controlled Traffic Farming
  • Dr. Christine Noronha — Wireworm War: Integrating Strategies To Win
  • John Kutz — Twin Row Winter Wheat and Relay Cropping Soybeans
  • Chris Koch – “If I Can — You Can Too”

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