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Mel Luymes
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  • Guelph, ON
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How are you involved in agriculture?
Farm Crops, Ag Association

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At 2:09am on August 8, 2019, James P said…

Good Day,

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Thanks God bless.

At 12:09pm on February 17, 2016, Etienne AVOUAMPO said…
Avofarm is involved in organic agriculture and sustainable development. With your generosity, Avofarm must increase production and meet consumer needs for organic vegetables. Please go to the website in the "Contact us" and please enter "Donate" and give generously. thank you very much. www.avofarm.fr
At 9:43am on December 24, 2015, Joe Dales said…

Welcome to the Ontario Agriculture community website at www.OntAg.Farms.com
Happy Holidays,
Joe Dales
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