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Quinte Farm Trade Show at Knights of Columbus Hall, Trenton, Ontario

February 20, 2020 from 9am to 4pm
Local agricultural vendors. Free admission. 10am Greg Haney, Agro 10011am Willy Heidebrecht, FBCNoon - Lunch (Hot roast beef lunch available at cost)1:30pm Bruce Buttar, OFA2:00pm Brent Corrigan, Alltech Canada See More
Feb 4

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New Brunswick Indigenous Agriculture Development Program now accepting applications

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