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Oxford Agricultural Awards of Excellence (best time of the year)

One of the most exciting parts of my job is being able to make the Oxford County Agricultural Awards of Excellence happen during the beginning of April. It truly is an evening that recognizes and celebrates our industry!

Please see below for info about this years' event.



The Oxford County Federation of Agriculture (OCFA) is pleased to present 15th annual Agricultural Awards of Excellence at the Oxford Auditorium in Woodstock on Wednesday April 1, 2015.



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Posted on March 11, 2015 at 9:57am

In Focus, at Canada's Outdoor Farm Show with me, Amy Matheson!

On Tuesday September 9th, I joined John Payne, Executive Producer of Rogers Cable TV Woodstock for the opening day of the 21st annual Canada's Outdoor Farm Show as his Community Cub Reporter! 

It was a great day despite the weather, I learned a ton and had a great time doing it! 

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Posted on October 1, 2014 at 11:22am

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At 9:15am on September 25, 2014, OntAG Admin said…

Hi Amy,

Welcome to the Ontario Agriculture community website atwww.OntAg.farms.com

Let us know if you have any questions.

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