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Ontario Hay and Forage Cooperative (OHFC) AGM

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Ontario Hay and Forage Cooperative (OHFC) AGM

Time: February 16, 2018 from 12pm to 4pm
Location: Mohawk Inn
Street: 9230 Guelph Line
City/Town: Cambellville
Website or Map: https://ontariohayandforageco…
Phone: 877-892-8663
Event Type: agm
Organized By: Ontario Hay and Forage Cooperative Inc.
Latest Activity: Jan 23

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Event Description

The OHFC will host their Annual General meeting on February 16, 2018 from 12pm-4pm at the Mohawk Inn, 9230 Guelph Line
Campbellville, ON.  

You will enjoy hearing updates from the co-op on current available markets, drying technology, progress with test shipments to Dubai, and more!

*Attention members! Bring guests!

If your guest purchases a membership in the co-op, your name will be entered to win a moisture probe (estimated value of $300)

Click here to register yourself and guests!

 

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