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Is There A Better Way: A United Red Meat/Horticulture Solution.

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Is There A Better Way:  A United Red Meat/Horticulture Solution.

Time: September 17, 2009 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: Mitchell Community Centre
City/Town: Mitchell, Ontario
Event Type: meeting
Organized By: The Political Action Committee of the Perth County Pork Producers
Latest Activity: Oct 8, 2009

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Event Description

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Commencing at 7 PM

Mitchell Community Centre

Organized by the Political Action Committee of the

Perth County Pork Producers


A United Red Meat/Horticulture Solution?


Ken Strawbridge, Marketing Business Consultant understands big business and will be making a presentation – ‘Identifying Stakeholders is one thing……Connecting them is everything!”

Elbert van Donkersgoed P.Ag.(Hon), Terra Coeur – Services for Good Food & Farming knows our consumer and will present – ‘Building Blocks for Farmer Value from Marketing Pork’.

Bill Jeffery, Perth County Beef Producers will speak briefly on the Grassroots Movement within their Industry. A lot of pork producers will be able to relate to our fellow beef producers.

JoAnne Caughill, Grassroots Pork Group will speak briefly on this Group’s search for a strategy in pork production.

Open Forum

This open forum will give attendees a chance to ask questions.

Ontario Pork has called an All Delegates Meeting for September 22nd/09 to address the Industry Crisis.

Pork producers will have an opportunity to make ‘constructive’ recommendations and comments to our Representatives who will be representing all pork producers at the September 22nd Meeting.



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