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Great ON Yield Tour is back! Mark your calendar for Aug 14 -25, 2017, for 2nd Annual Tour

2017 2nd Annual Great ON Yield Tour #onyield17, Aug. 14 -25, 2017. Two final events on 25th & 31st Aug.

http://riskmanagement.farms.com/events/ontario-yield-tour-2017

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Volunteer to be on 17 2nd Annual Great On Yield Tour Aug. 14 -25

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Thank you to all our hosts & sponsors

Do not miss out register now for one of final events- Aug. 25 in Winchester, ON, or Aug. 31 in Woodstock, ON

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Check out Intro Video with "Marketing Man" Moe Agostino & "Corn Guru" Greg Stewart

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Regsiter now final event Winchester, ON Aug, 25 6 demos & clinics Fred Below - Can Mixing Corn Hybrids increase yields?

What are you doing Aug 31? final event Woodstock, ON Come get inspired, informed, educated & entertained!

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Join us for some fun, great speakers, food, prize & you might just learn something to apply to own farm!

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Day 1 Aug. 14, 17 start of county of Hastings, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington with team Alpine.

Day 1 Aug. 14 most advanced in Napanee 170-190 bpa need a good September to finish strong

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