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Winter Course Registration

Winter Courses

Please note in keeping with the recommendations for reducing the potential spread of the COVID 19 virus we are suspending all bookings of the Grey Ag Meeting rooms effective immediately.  All walk-in traffic has also been temporarily suspended, the remaining 5 courses have also been postponed.

The key for evening access has been removed from the outside lock box for the time being, we will let you know when bookings will resume.

On behalf of the Grey Ag Team, we appreciate your understanding and invite you to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any questions.

 

AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS in Grey and Bruce Counties during the winter season of 2019 - 2020 

 

Every winter (Jan – March) Grey County Agricultural Services offers a variety of courses or area farmers and rural residents. This brochure is usually mailed out the second or third week of December. It is always blue, so look for it in the mail.  We are always interested in potential course topic ideas, and presenters that would best speak to that subject matter. If you have ideas, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.and let us know what you would be interested in learning about.


 

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Click here to see details on each course

Course Posters Below Agenda

Blue brochure 2020 DRAFT NH with updated course list

 

Course Posters

Tile Drainage Decisions

Genetics, It's More than Just Numbers - For Goat and Sheep Producers

Choosing the Right BMPs to Weather-Proof Your Farm

Visitors at Our Farm Gate

*Rescheduled from January 28, 2020 - Feed the Soil, Not the Plants - A Course on the Value and Making Compost for Your Vegetable Garden

Integrated Weed Maagement

Scouting 101

Precision Ag for Beginners

Starting a Farm in Ontario

Dealing With Farm Stress

Introduction to Small Scale Pig Production

The Courses listed below have been Postponed until further notice

Marketing and Economics of Cow-Calf Production 

Horse Night

Gardening in Changing Weather Patterns - Ornamentals

Pressure Canning - Call to be added to the waiting list

Fermentation

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