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Ontario Hay and Forage Cooperative (OHFC) Timothy Tour and Twilight Meeting

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Ontario Hay and Forage Cooperative (OHFC) Timothy Tour and Twilight Meeting

Time: April 25, 2019 from 3pm to 8pm
Location: Dekkdale Farms
Street: 1466 Haldimand Road 9 (start tour)
City/Town: Caledonia
Website or Map: https://ontariohayandforageco…
Phone: 877-892-8663
Event Type: car, tour
Organized By: Ontario Hay & Forage Co-operative Inc.
Latest Activity: Apr 16, 2019

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Have you heard the buzz about growing Timothy for export?

Join the OHFC for a tour of 5 Timothy fields - planted 5 different ways, and learn how you can jump on the hay wagon!

A twilight meeting and BBQ will follow at County Line Custom Farming at 6pm.

Additional details can be found on the website: ontariohay.ca 

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