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"Here is video on this topic we covered a few years ago.   "

Kevin Stewart replied Sep 24, 2011 to Careers in Agriculture Are NOT Attractive to most consumers. Will this hurt our ability to hire non farm employees?

3 Sep 24, 2011
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"Here is an interview we did regarding local.        "

Kevin Stewart replied Jul 16, 2011 to Toronto Overlooks Local Food Production. Do they care or just want the lowest prices? Should Ontario farmers be concerned?

1 Jul 16, 2011
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Kevin Stewart replied Apr 18, 2011 to AgVisionTV Video: How Do You Conduct Farm Family Business Meeting? Tips From Dr Val Farmer.

1 Apr 18, 2011
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"Here is a little video interview with Jake DeBruyn from OMAFRA and      "

Kevin Stewart replied Apr 5, 2011 to Biogas is more than energy

11 Apr 5, 2011
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"Great photos...good reminder to look both ways before crossing the street. Have a sa…"

Kevin Stewart replied Apr 5, 2011 to You Gotta See This!

4 Apr 5, 2011
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"Here is a clip on some profitability strategies from the Top Managers team. Hope thi…"

Kevin Stewart replied Jan 8, 2011 to Produce import replacement

4 Jan 8, 2011
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"Nice clip."

Kevin Stewart replied Oct 18, 2010 to Rick Mercer at the IPM Segment

2 Oct 18, 2010
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Kevin Stewart replied Jun 30, 2010 to AgVisionTV: Are you part of an AgriFood Value Chain? What good marketing ideas do you see in Ontario?

2 Jul 9, 2010
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"FYI, Margaret Webb is a features writer for a number of publications including the T…"

Kevin Stewart replied Jan 7, 2010 to AgVisionTV.com: The Problems with Canada's Food System: Margaret Webb Wants Changes.

10 Mar 18, 2010
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"We did an AgVisionTv clip on some of the free smart phone applications.... Kevin Ch…"

Kevin Stewart replied Oct 26, 2009 to Smart phones-Management tool or time consumer

3 Nov 10, 2009
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