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Learning continues at Farm Forum

While there will be plenty to see and learn at the Ag in Motion farm show, organizers hope it doesn’t end there, as learning will continue at the Farm Forum conference in Saskatoon in early December.

The two events, organized by Glacier FarmMedia have a symbiotic relationship this year, says Rob O’Connor, AIM show manager.

A good chunk of crop production information gathered at a new applied research farm that’s part of Ag in Motion will be delivered to producers during the annual Farm Forum conference that is returning to TUC Place in Saskatoon Dec. 3 to 5, 2019.

The Farm Forum may be a familiar name to many western Canadian producers as it was a conference organized by the former AgriTrend Agrology for more than 20 years. AgriTrend was sold to the Trimble Ag Software two years ago, with Glacier FarmMedia acquiring the Farm Forum conference in 2018.

“While the Farm Forum conference has been held in Calgary for the past few years we wanted to return it to Saskatchewan and build on its reputation as a valuable source of top notch crop production and management information,” says O’Connor.

The Farm Forum will feature a number of expert keynote speakers on a range of farm and crop management topics, as well as number of breakout sessions on the latest production information.

For more details visit the Farm Forum website.

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Lee Hart

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



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