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Floradale Feedmill is putting on a seminar geared towards the novice sheep producer on Thursday March 11.   Sounds like some good topics to hear discussed and learn from.

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I missed this seminar would there be another, I am not a novice producer however I am interested in re-starting a my own flock now after a 6 year hiatus.
Hi Cathy,

The WOLPA (Westeren Ontario Lamb Producer Association) is holding the next seminar which is on August 28th in Walkerton. Here is the link from it on the Ontario Sheep site. http://bit.ly/j0877

Keep a watch on this site, the Ontario Sheep Marketing Agency, they list anything they are notified about. http://bit.ly/bmOb4o

Lu
Erbcroft Farms

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