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2012-2013 Agriwebinar® Series - View Past Webinars Online

2012-2013 Agriwebinar® Series

Farm Management Canada's 2012-2013 Agriwebinar® season has come to an end.

Agriwebinar® presentations hosted by FMC and other partnering organizations are now available in the Past Webinars section of Agriwebinar.com. Check out our list of insightful and informative webinars from the past season.

 

2012-2013 Farm Management Canada Agriwebinar® Series

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Heather Watson, Executive Director, Farm Management Canada Farm Management Canada Showcase & Agriwebinar® Launch
Martine Deschamps, Syneraction Management Relationships with employees and family on the farm
Andrew Campbell, Fresh Air Media #FarmerLove - Why Social Media Is Critical to Your Farm's Success
Dr. David Kohl, Virginia Polytechnic Institute The Wild World of Global Economics
Elaine Froese, Seeds of Encouragement Farming's IN-Law factor
Jane Eckert, Eckert Agrimarketing Internet Marketing: Just About As Important As a Tractor!
Christoph Weder, Spirit View Ranch From Environmental Stewardship to Exports – Building and Maintainin...
Brian Wittal, PRO COM Marketing Ltd. Making Dollars and Sense out of the New Grain Marketing Reality in ...
Sean Cochrane, DEKALB Canada Managing the Effects of Drought: A Case Study in Ontario and Quebec
Tarrah Young, Green Being Farm Is Community Supported Agriculture for you?
Cedric Macleod, Macleod Agronomics Ltd. Beginning & Young Farmers
Yvonne Thyssen-Post,  Thyagrissen Consulting Ltd Getting the Most Out of Your Business Plan
Nadia Déry, Centre d’expertise en gestion agricole The Importance of Farm Business Management

 

Special Agriwebinar® Presentations: Success Stories in Farm Business Management

Last year, FMC asked Agriwebinar® users what they wanted to hear in its next upcoming Agriwebinar series, and many of you expressed that you wanted to hear real farmers talk about their real life experiences. In response to this request, FMC featured two webinars in early March 2013 in its series titledSuccess Stories in Farm Business Management. This producer series featured real farmers with real successes showing what can be accomplished and how it can be accomplished. These webinars covered key management tips, what the featured producers have done to get where they are today, and the reasons behind some of the decisions they made.

A special thanks to Phil Keddy from Charles Keddy Farms Ltd and Joas van Oord from Van Oord Holsteins for helping us bring these excellent Agriwebinar presentations to Agriwebinar® viewers across Canada. See below for  links to the presentations.

 

Special Agriwebinar® Series : Success Stories in Farm Business Management

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Philip Keddy, Charles Keddy Farms Ltd. Success Stories in Farm Business Management: Charles Keddy Farms Ltd.
Joas van Ooord, Van Oord Holsteins Success Stories in Farm Business Management: Van Oord Holsteins

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