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We are planning to launch this new website at the Outdoor Farm Show next week and wondered if there are any ideas or feedback on how we can make it better for the Ontario Agriculture community.

Thanks,

Joe Dales and Andrew Campbell and the Farms.com team.

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I just wanted to say that as a freelance farm writer/broadcaster, I have been looking for an easy and effective means to network. I tried Facebook, but that didn't work for me. However, this site seems to fit the bill perfectly. It is also very professional and informative.

Good luck with the launch at the Outdoor Farm Show

Thanks
Blair Andrews
I was a big user and supporter of the ontag list server and the ontag the bullpen this is way better with being able to just read and organize the discussions and the private email capability. well done and long may it continue

Blair Andrews said:
I just wanted to say that as a freelance farm writer/broadcaster, I have been looking for an easy and effective means to network. I tried Facebook, but that didn't work for me. However, this site seems to fit the bill perfectly. It is also very professional and informative.

Good luck with the launch at the Outdoor Farm Show

Thanks
Blair Andrews

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