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OFA YOUNG FARMER SUMMIT

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OFA YOUNG FARMER SUMMIT

Time: January 29, 2014 from 9am to 3pm
Location: John Deere Canada
City/Town: Grimsby, ON
Website or Map: http://ofa.on.ca/uploads/user…
Phone: email jdevent@ofa.on.ca or call 1-855-801-5293
Event Type: young, farmer, summit
Organized By: OFA
Latest Activity: Jan 20, 2014

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OFA YOUNG FARMER SUMMIT
technology * connections * motivation


Creating a climate for success and involvement of young
farmers in the Ontario Federation of Agriculture.

Who’s coming: Young and beginning farmers *
What’s there:

  • Exclusive tour of the John Deere National Head Office & Distribution Depot in Grimsby
  •  Presentation by Jeff Adams

o Farm born & raised
o Life with paralysis
o Success in sport & business

  • Lunch is on us!
  • Learn how to make the most of your Federation of Agriculture, locally and provincially

While you’re there: Connect with farmers, meet young OFA reps, tour the John Deere National Head Office & Distribution Depot in Grimsby


When: Wednesday January 29, 10 am-3 pm
Where: John Deere Canada, Grimsby, ON


Registration: email jdevent@ofa.on.ca or call 1-855-801-5293 by January 25th, 2014

Twitter handle: #jdevent


*‘Young farmers’ are those aged 20-40
* Space is limited; 3 delegates per county/first come-first served


Thanks to local County Federations for additional financial

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