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Marketing Workshop 2010 - Innovative Farmers of Ontario

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Marketing Workshop 2010 - Innovative Farmers of Ontario

Time: December 9, 2010 from 9am to 3pm
Location: Holiday Inn
Street: 601 Scottsdale Drvie
City/Town: Guelph
Website or Map: http://www.ifao.com/PDFs/MM20…
Phone: 519-986-3560
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: OntAG Admin
Latest Activity: Dec 3, 2010

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Event Description

$75 per person

Price includes all workshop sessions, continental breakfast, and hearty lunch.

Make sure you don't miss any of this idea-filled session.

Philip Shaw (Contributing Editor, DTN)
Market Outlook

Our keynote speaker delivers a comprehensive look at futures prices, trends, volatility, projections for acres in 2011, plus other factors which may affect grain pricing going into 2011.

Phillip will also speak on the Ontario basis for all three grains with specific emphasis on basis for corn and soybeans.

Richard Vyn (University of Guelph, Ridgetown)
Marketing Strategies That Work

Focusing primarily on corn and soybeans, Richard presents his research comparing the returns over time from a variety of marketing strategies to determine which types tend to work best.

Gwen Paddock (Royal Bank of Canada)
Managing and Measuring Farm Business Financial Performance
Gwen explores factors impacting the profitability of farm businesses and discusses how risk management strategies and understanding the key measures of financial performance can help farmers in these volatile times.

For more details, see the Marketing Workshop printable flyer.

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