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Quinte Farm Trade Show

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Quinte Farm Trade Show

Time: February 14, 2013 from 9am to 4pm
Location: Knights of Columbus Hall
Street: 57 Stella Cres
City/Town: Trenton
Event Type: farm, show
Latest Activity: Feb 13, 2013

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Quinte Farm and Trade Show, 9 am to 4 pm, Knights of Columbus Hall, Trenton. Trade show with 45 local exhibitors. Seminars start at 10:30 am
- Peter Moran from MPAC explaining the process and the reasons for your assessed values
- John Jantzi and Kevin Williams of Remax Stratford speaking on farmland prices
- Hot roast beef lunch for nominal charge. Couples receive a small chocolate gift
- Bill Groot-Nibbelink, OMAFRA on composting deadstock
- Dr. Sam Leadley on dairy calf management

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