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Today's date: Thursday February 22, 2018 Vol 51 Issue 08
   
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OPINION: Rural Ontario needs dedicated infrastructure support

GUELPH - Investments in infrastructure in our rural communities support their long-term sustainability that, in turn, supports our farm businesses.

GRCA offers tree workshop

CAMBRIDGE - The Grand River Conservation Authority’s Managing Trees on your Property workshop will answer questions landowners have about trees and help them to develop skills and strategies to maintain and improve their trees.

Safety Day breakfast set for March 3

ALMA - Before the busy spring planting season begins, farm families are encouraged to attend a farm safety day to update, refresh or learn new safety skills.

Ontario Forage Council hold annual meeting

TORONTO - The Ontario Forage Council has announced our upcoming annual Profitable Pastures 2018, this years’ theme is sharing techniques to improve grazing profitability.

Women in Agriculture seminar set for Feb. 27

MONO - The Women in Agriculture seminar is set for Feb. 27 from 10am to 2pm at Monora Park Pavilion in Mono.

Teaming up to go with the gut: horse and human investigations

GUELPH - Horse owners know the importance of team work. When your partner weighs 1,000 pounds, the importance of listening to and learning about their perspective is clear.

Moreau, McNair take home O’Brien Awards at annual gala

Moreau, McNair take home O’Brien Awards at annual gala

MISSISSAUGA - On a night of glitz and glamour two Wellington County residents took home some of the most prestigious awards in the horse racing industry. On Feb. 3, Standardbred Canada announced the winners of the 2017 O’Brien Awards at the annual gala in Mississauga.

Rider brings western dressage to Wellington County

Rider brings western dressage to Wellington County

PALMERSTON - A local horseback rider is hoping to bring more western dressage to Wellington County. Though Shannon Tully South, 45, grew up in the English riding world, participating in one day eventing and carriage driving, she began riding western after taking time off to have children.

Equine industry representatives discuss youth engagement

Equine industry representatives discuss youth engagement

GUELPH - “We are at a turning point in the history of Ontario equestrianism,” said Akaash Maharaj at the recent Equine Industry Symposium. “A time of both high potential and deep peril and the decisions that each of us make individually and collectively or the decisions that we fail to make over the next 10 years will undoubtedly determine whether Canada’s equine centre remains viable and acceptable.”
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