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Ontario Beef Youth Alliance Tour

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Ontario Beef Youth Alliance Tour

Time: August 5, 2022 at 10am to August 6, 2022 at 6pm
Location: Ramada Inn,
Street: Belleville
Website or Map: https://www.ontariobeef.com/c…
Phone: 519-824-0334
Event Type: tour
Organized By: Beef Farmers of Ontario
Latest Activity: Jul 26

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Event Description

Beef Farmers of Ontario have been so encouraged by the enthusiasm and engagement in the newly created, Ontario Beef Youth Alliance (OBYA). We are looking forward to finally bringing this group together in-person for an opportunity to connect with others, and tour Ontario farms.

This event, happening Friday, August 5th and Saturday, August 6, is open to all those subscribed to be a member of the OBYA. If you have not yet subscribed, please do so here!

Registration for all participants is $50.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY!

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