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At 11:37am on October 7, 2009, John Beardsley said…
(redfaced) yeah i knew you were livestock related just couldn't quite place you till after i posted the comment. Is veal still a good commodity to be in now. especially compared to pork and beef? That is if you had a couple of million would you invest in veal (assuming feathers wouldn't work)
At 11:59pm on October 5, 2009, John Beardsley said…
welcome Jennifer.... don't i know you from my past life as a radio farm news guy?
 
 
 

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OFA welcomes new and returning directors to the provincial board

Following a three-week nomination period for directors in five zones across the province, the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is proud to announce the return of a strong contingent of agricultural leaders as well as the addition of one new member to the organization’s Board of Directors.

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