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Agricultural Community”.

Winter Course Registration

Winter Courses

AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS in Grey and Bruce Counties during the winter season of 2018 - 2019 

 

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.


 

Courses offered for 2019:

Sheep Body Condition Scoring

Planning for the Future: A Focus on Replacement Heifers

Beef/Sheep/Paddock Design for Rotational Grazing

An Evening with the Beekeeper - All Things Bees, Beekeeping and Honey

Tax Planning Tips & Farm Support Programs

Financing Strategies & Farm Support Programs

Farm Implements on the Roadway

Maximizing Your Social Media Results

Cover Crop Mentor Group

Dealing with Family Farm Stress - A One Day Course on Mental Health

Making Sense of Weed Management

Why Are More and More Cash Croppers Switching to Organic?

Home Canning Demonstration

Fences and Property Boundaries - What You Need to Know!

Fresh from the Garden

Horse Health Night

Raising Amazing Chicks: The First Seven Days

 

 

Please click on the image below for a printable version

Updated blue brochure 2018 2019 Page 1

 

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