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Free Forage Expo Events in July

Free Events Showcase Equipment and Expertise 

 By: Farms.com 

This July, two exciting Forage Expo events are taking place in Ontario, providing a great opportunity for farmers and agricultural enthusiasts to learn, network, and see the latest equipment in action. 

First up is the Huron County Forage Expo, happening next week on Thursday, July 4th, from 10 am to 3 pm in Gorrie. This event promises a full day of activities, including equipment demonstrations and a trade show.  

Attendees will get the chance to see the newest forage equipment being demonstrated live. As a special bonus, after the equipment demonstrations wrap up at 3 pm, everyone is invited to head across the road to watch Marcrest Manufacturing's hay dryers in action.  

This demonstration will showcase how these hay dryers can improve the quality and efficiency of hay production. 

The following week, on Friday, July 12th, the Eastern Valley Forage Expo will take place in St. Isidore from 10 am to 3 pm.  

This event marks a return to Eastern Ontario and will be conducted in both English and French, making it accessible to a broader audience.  

The bilingual event will feature similar activities, including equipment demonstrations and a trade show, allowing attendees to learn about the latest advancements in forage technology. 

Both events are free to attend, and no registration is required. Lunch will be available for purchase on-site, ensuring that attendees can stay energized throughout the day.  

These expos provide a fantastic opportunity for networking, learning, and seeing the latest innovations in forage equipment and technology. 

For more information about the events, you can visit the Ontario Forage Council's website.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Rebecca at admin@ontarioforagecouncil.com or Patricia at support@ontarioforagecouncil.com. You can also call 1-877-892-8663 for further details. 


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