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Joe Dickenson
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At 10:37pm on April 8, 2011, Debra Pretty-Straathof said…
Friends eh? Works for me.  Is this kinda like FB for farmers? Not sure how this works yet but will figure it out just like the rest of this tech, although I'm a bit behind:) Guess I should try to answer that question above a bit better than that for profile...but they didn't have a section to check for dairy. Good meeting yesterday. I think we are off to a good start. Will start my new project on Monday:) Looking forward to it.
At 7:31pm on March 30, 2011, Joe Dales said…

Hi Joe,

Welcome to the Ontario Agriculture community website.

Take care and talk to you soon,

 

Joe Dales

 
 
 

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