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"Hi Everyone: Wow, what a great show....I think it was the one of the best I have ev…"

Joe Dales replied Sep 19, 2009 to Are you going to the Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock? Please Drop by the Farms.com Tent and Say Hello.

5 Sep 19, 2009
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"Thanks to Blair Andrews who took some pictures at the show. Pioneer HiBred was a hi…"

Joe Dales replied Sep 16, 2009 to Are you going to the Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock? Please Drop by the Farms.com Tent and Say Hello.

5 Sep 19, 2009
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"Just back from a nice midwest us crop tour through Illinois, Indiana and Michigan...…"

Joe Dales replied Sep 6, 2009 to this years bean harvest

7 Sep 13, 2009
Reply by OntAG Admin

"Hi Wayne: Have you heard if they plan to rebuild or not? How many employees work the…"

Joe Dales replied Sep 6, 2009 to Chapman's Dairy fire in Markdale

6 Sep 8, 2009
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Joe Dales replied Sep 4, 2009 to The Texas Long Horn was a hit at Farm Progress Show in Decatur,Illinois

3 Sep 5, 2009
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Joe Dales replied Sep 4, 2009 to The Texas Long Horn was a hit at Farm Progress Show in Decatur,Illinois

3 Sep 5, 2009
Reply by Wayne Black

"Hi Kevin: I grew up with only one channel....CKNX TV channel 8. It was the only sta…"

Joe Dales replied Sep 1, 2009 to CKNX TV in Wingham Signs Off for the final time.

4 Sep 2, 2009
Reply by Lilian Schaer

"Hi Wayne: Consumers think that way because mass media is giving them some info like…"

Joe Dales replied Aug 29, 2009 to Why Is the World Taking Farming For Granted?

3 Aug 29, 2009
Reply by Wayne Black

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