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Workshop in Winchester For Producers- The Advanced Farm Management Program (AFMP)

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Workshop in Winchester For Producers-  The Advanced Farm Management Program (AFMP)

Time: December 4, 2014 all day
Location: The Winchelsea
Website or Map: https://oscia.wildapricot.org…
Event Type: the, advanced, farm, management, program, (afmp)
Organized By: OSCA & AMI
Latest Activity: Sep 23, 2014

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Take the Next Step to Improving Your Farm Management

The Advanced Farm Management (AFMP) program is designed for Ontario farm business owners and managers who want to elevate their management skills.

AFMP provides a unique combination of advanced farm business management training and a practical approach that can be immediately applied to your farm. It gives Ontario farm business owners and managers the knowledge and insights to improve the performance and sustainability of their farm business.

Farm business owners or managers with a solid understanding of their farm’s financial results, with experience in and responsibility for financial decision making are encouraged to enroll.

The program consists of one-day workshops, and is available in five Ontario locations.

NOTE: You may be eligible for cost share rebate of 50% of the tuition under GF2. Please visit the OSCIA website (www.ontariosoilcrop.org) for more details.
For more information please view the video below or contact:
Ontario Soil & Crop Improvement Association
Attn: John Laidlaw
1 Stone Road West, Guelph, ON   N1G 4Y2
T: 519-826-4218
F: 519-826-4348

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