Organizers say strong farm response to opening day virtual sessions for Canada’s Farm Show

Organizers say producer response is fantastic to opening day internet virtual sessions Wednesday at Canada’s Farm Show.

Regina exhibition Association agriculture manager, Shirley Janeczko, says the sessions are wide-ranging, discussing new farming ideas to the latest in farm gadgetry.

She says farm response is huge.

She says there have been live chats, with farmers asking numerous questions.

The two day sessions wrap up Thursday with former Prime Minister Stephen Harper and businessman Conrad Black.

The information will be available on demand on the farm show website until the end of the year.


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