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Middlesex Pork Prod, Mtg. “Hog Futures Fall Unseasonal.”

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Middlesex Pork Prod, Mtg. “Hog Futures Fall Unseasonal.”

Time: June 4, 2012 from 7pm to 7pm
Location: Crabby Joe’s
Street: 323 Caradoc St.
City/Town: Strathroy
Phone: Allison Van Asseldonk @ 519 232 4553 or ava_jva@isp.ca
Event Type: general, meeting, and, speaker
Organized By: Middlesex Pork Producers
Latest Activity: May 17, 2012

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Event Description

INVITATION TO PRODUCERS:

WHAT: General Meeting and dinner

WHO: Guest Speaker Maurizio (Moe) Agostino, Managing Commodity Strategist, Farms.com Risk Management - “Hog Futures Fall Unseasonal.” Ontario Pork Update

WHERE: Crabby Joe’s - 323 Caradoc St., Strathroy


WHEN: Monday June 4th, 2012 @ 7:00 for Pork Rib buffet dinner. 7:30 for meeting.


COST: $10.00 includes dinner. Cash bar.


RSVP: By Friday May 25th to Allison Van Asseldonk @ 519 232 4553 or ava_jva@isp.ca

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