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Innovative Farmers Marketing Workshop

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Innovative Farmers Marketing Workshop

Time: December 5, 2011 from 9am to 3:30pm
Location: Crowne Plaza Hotel
City/Town: Niagara Falls
Website or Map: http://www.ifao.com/IFAO-Mark…
Phone: 519 986-3560
Event Type: marketing, workshop
Organized By: Innovative Farmers Association of Ontario
Latest Activity: Nov 24, 2011

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Event Description

Innovative Farmers Association of Ontario

Marketing Workshop

Monday, December 5, 2011, Niagara Falls

 

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Moe Agostino“Are Record Prices Here To Stay?”

Managing Commodity Strategist, Farms.com Risk Management

Are record prices here to stay? 
Moe will discuss the supply, demand and technical fundamentals surrounding the grain and livestock sectors. He will also speak on the global economic macro factors affecting prices and offer projections for 2012.

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Wayne Skrypnyk – “Where Do You Want Your Farm and Life to be in 3 Years?”

This workshop will show you how to identify lifetime goals and then how to work toward those goals over the next 90 days, the next year and the next three years.

 

To register for Marketing Workshop go to www.ifao.com online or call 519-986-3560.

 

For hotel bookings call –Crowne Plaza Hotel at 866-431-5229

CLICK HERE to register: http://www.ifao.com/IFAO-2011-Marketing-Workshop-Registration.html

 

For more details, see the
Marketing Workshop 2011 printable flyer.

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