GFM Network News


, Olds College

CANCELLED: AgSmart 2020

“After a successful launch in 2019, AgSmart is disappointed to delay the second edition of the event, but the cancellation is essential for the health and safety of our community.” For more info visit the event website. (Note: AgSmart 2021 scheduled for Aug. 10-11, 2021 at Olds College.)

, Canada's Outdoor Park

MOVED ONLINE: Canada’s Digital Farm Show

“Like all of us, farmers are facing unprecedented challenges and uncertainties during this pandemic, so we are rolling up our sleeves and exploring new ways to build connections and transfer knowledge through a new digital event.” For more info visit the event website.


, World Trade Center at Prairieland Park

MOVED ONLINE: Farm Forum Event

“We are excited to announce a reimagined Farm Forum Event… that will bring progressive Canadian farmers and agronomists a new immersive and interactive online virtual conference.” For more info or to register visit the event website.



, Evraz Place

POSTPONED TO 2021: Canadian Western Agribition

“Canadian Western Agribition (CWA) announced today that, in response to restrictions and recommendations surrounding COVID-19, CWA’s 50th show will be postponed until 2021… CWA’s 50th show, that was scheduled to take place on Nov. 30 to Dec. 5, 2020, will now take place Nov. 22 to 27, 2021.” For more info visit the event website.

, Coast Canmore Hotel and Conference Centre

AgEx: Agricultural Excellence Conference 2020

“The Agricultural Excellence Conference (AgEx) is the only event in Canada dedicated exclusively to bringing farm management enthusiasts together to build their business acumen. This year’s theme, Prosperity with Purpose, is about taking a proactive approach to farm business management — to build the confidence and underlying capacity to weather any storm and seize opportunities, […] Read more


, Saskatoon Inn

Soil Health and Grazing Summit

Presented by the Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association and Saskatchewan Forage Council. Speaker lineup to include Gabe Brown and NDSU’s Abbey Wick. Further details t.b.a. For more info visit the SSCA website.