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London Farm Show

Time: March 6, 2019 at 9am to March 8, 2019 at 5pm
Location: Western Fair District
Street: 316 Rectory Street,
City/Town: London, ON N5W 3V9
Website or Map: https://www.westernfairdistri…
Phone: 519-438-7203
Event Type: educational, seminars
Organized By: Western Fair District
Latest Activity: Feb 8

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Event Description

Join for the Largest Spring Farm Show in Eastern Canada. Showcasing the Latest Industry Trends & Newest Technology.

Bringing Leaders Together - Showcasing The Latest Industry Trends & Newest Technology

What To Expect At The Show:

Interactive & Educational Seminars

  • 350+ Exhibitors

  • Complimentary shuttle service, sponsored by Alpine

  • Opportunities to research and talk with new suppliers 

  • Industry experts, with a wealth of knowledge and experience 

  • An opportunity to re-connect with friends, neighbours and businesses 

  • Interactive & educational seminars, focusing on what’s new and changing in the agricultural industry

  • Annual Middlesex Hall of Fame induction ceremony

As in 2018, the show is between the Agriplex at Western Fair District and the BMO Centre London. Complimentary shuttle is provided.

 TICKET BREAKDOWN:

Advanced: $16.00

General Admission: $16.00

Senior’s (at door only): $13.00

Children 12 & Under: FREE
  

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