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Southwest Agricultural Conference

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Southwest Agricultural Conference

Time: January 6, 2010 to January 7, 2010
Location: Ridgetown Campus
Website or Map: http://www.southwestagconfere…
Phone: 519 674 1596
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Ag Business Centre
Latest Activity: Dec 28, 2009

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Southwest Agricultural Conference

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Comment by AgOntario on November 29, 2009 at 8:07pm
For those individuals that wish to attend the Southwest Ag Conference, but are unable to make it to Ridgetown, you now have the opportunity to attend the conference via Webcast from Kemptville!

A selection of interesting sessions and feature speaker have been chosen to be broadcast live over the internet to the Kemptville Campus. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with other conference attendees as well as ask questions via the web.

The web conference will be broadcast to Kemptville on Thursday, Januray 7, 2010. The Registration fee of only $40 includes a boxed lunch and refreshments. Certified Crop Advisor Credits will be available for this event.

For more information on the sessions and to pre-register to attend the conference in Kemptville, please print the pre-registration form below and phone, fax or email your completed form to the information provided on the form.
Pre-Registration Form 1.8M PDF
Comment by Richard Hamilton on September 30, 2009 at 12:41pm

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