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South Western Ontario Dairy Symposium

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South Western Ontario Dairy Symposium

Time: February 18, 2016 from 9am to 4pm
Location: Woodstock Fairgrounds
Street: 875 Nellis Street
City/Town: Woodstock, Ontario
Website or Map: http://www.dairysymposium.com
Phone: 519 290 7194
Event Type: dairy, symposium
Organized By: South Western Ontario Dairy Symposium Planning Committee
Latest Activity: Oct 29, 2015

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The Dairy Symposium is a "not for profit event" developed “for producers, by producers" through Milk Committees covering a 14 county area of South Western Ontario.  Last year we saw a record attendance of over 800 people (including the exhibitors).  We will continue to provide a forum for discussion of industry issues with our very popular audience response system, and the "Food from our Farms" initiative will once again feature new and novel dairy products.  For updates on the program, check out our website at www.dairysymposium.com

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