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White Planter Days @ Advantage Farm Equipment Wyoming

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White Planter Days @ Advantage Farm Equipment Wyoming

Time: March 31, 2015 from 2pm to 6pm
Location: Advantage Farm Equipment Wyoming
Street: 392 Broadway Street
City/Town: Wyoming
Website or Map: http://www.advantage-equip.com
Phone: 519-845-3346
Event Type: educational, clinic
Organized By: Advantage Farm Equipment
Latest Activity: Mar 10, 2015

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Advantage Farm Equipment and AGCO are hosting a White Planter Clinic at three locations, London, Wyoming and Essex.

Come and learn more about the new features on all planters and prepare for spring!

AGCO specialists will be on site to guide you through all the available options and answer any questions you may have.

There will be three clinics at three different locations. RSVP to your local Advantage sales team member today to attend the clinic nearest you.

London: Monday March 30th - 2pm - 6pm
Wyoming: Tuesday March 31st - 2pm - 6pm
Essex: Wednesday April 1st - 2pm - 6pm

www.advantage-equip.com

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