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Poultry Producer Update

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Poultry Producer Update

Time: February 21, 2018 from 10am to 3:30pm
Location: Cardoc Community Centre
Street: 565 Lions Park Drive
City/Town: Mount Brydges
Website or Map: http://www.poultryindustrycou…
Phone: 5198370284
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Casey Riddle
Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2018

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Event Description

Since 2009, PIC and OMAFRA have been delivering producer update sessions through a joint effort to keep Ontario poultry producers and industry representatives up to date and informed on relevant topics and emerging issues facing our sector.  The program highlights some of the significant topics affecting our industry now and in the future. The Producer Updates are also made possible through generous sponsorships provided by many poultry industry stakeholders.

Our last session is scheduled for February 21st at Mount Brydges. The pre-registration fee is $55.00, and will close 24 hours prior to session start time. Late registration, or at the door registration, is $70.00. The session will begin at 10:00 am to end at approximately 3:30 pm at the Cardoc Community Centre. Doors will open at 9:15 am.

Follow us @PoultryIndCou and tweet along with the hashtag #PICMtBrydges18

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