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Dairy Farmers Take The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Funny Video by Dean & Ian Bryant, Dairi Acres, Strathroy, Ontario.

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KelseyBanks7:13pm via Vine for Android

Aaron Stevanus from Pride Seeds doing the#ALSIceBucketChallenge at Holmes Agro's grower day! Aaron Stevanusvine.co/v/Mlv97awiLzj

Comment by OntAG Admin on August 21, 2014 at 5:56pm

A twist to this yr's dealer launch with , dealer's donations were matched by Monsanto 

Comment by OntAG Admin on August 21, 2014 at 8:53am


MsHeatherWatson8:42am via Twitter Web Client

Dairy Farmers Dean & Ian Bryant of Dairi Acres in Strathroy take the ALS Ice Bucket Challengej.mp/1s3RQ5U #ontag @DairyOntario


DairyOntario8:49am via Hootsuite

Challenge Accepted! MT @MsHeatherWatson Strathroy Dairy Farmers Dairi Acres take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge j.mp/1s3RQ5U #ontag

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