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Great gifts coming from AGvisorPRO

From drone to smoker to free services and more gifts are coming

If you haven’t already got your name in the barrel for some serious gift giving by AGvisorPRO this Christmas, you’ll want to get at it.

St. Nick and AGvisorPRO prizes

All you need to do is either download the AGvisorPRO app, share a message on social media or make contact with one of the more than 300 crop, livestock, agronomy or farm management advisors listed on the AgVisorPRO service to enter your name in the draw for some impressive prizes.

AGvisorPRO, launched in 2019, is a service that connects farmers directly with crop and livestock production specialist, machinery specialist and farm management and business specialist across the country and beyond. It is a service that was co-founded by Rob Saik, serving as CEO and general manager Patrick Walther.

A farmer downloads the app, registers their information with AGvisorPro and then any time they have some type of burning question, they can directly connect with an appropriate specialist to get an answer, usually within a few minutes. It is a pay-per-call service, charging for 10-minute segments of consulting services with the specialist, but as many can appreciate quite a bit of ground can be covered during a 10-minute conversation

But back to the really important message, AGvisorPRO partners are offering up some excellent Christmas prizes that will be awarded once Santa is back from holidays after the hectic Christmas season. Contest entries must be in before Jan. 15, 2021.

Since it is a 12 Days of Christmas event, not all prizes have been announced yet, but so far they include a drone, a food smoker, a beer and wine fridge, and free services or a discount on the cost of services available from partners.

And just to prove this is no hoax, the company even has the big guy himself (St. Nick) talking about gifts that will be awarded. Check out the links to these creative, entertaining and informative short video clips to learn more about the sponsors, the prizes and contest rules.

For more information visit the website : , or check out their social media links – Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter or Instagram

About the author

Field Editor

Lee Hart

Lee Hart is editor of Cattleman’s Corner based in Calgary.



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