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Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show first digital event sessions available for replay 

Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show first digital event sessions available for replay 

Woodstock, ON., March 11, 2021 – Farmers attending Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show’s first digital event in 2021 on March 10 heard presentations and shared discussions on the theme Planting Kick Off – Profiting Through Incremental Gains. 

“It was a successful day that included new equipment demos, a practical profit-focused walk around a planter, a session on autonomous ag, a look at on-farm smart devices plus a market and weather outlook,” says Lynda Tityk, Executive Vice-President of Glacier FarmMedia. “Farmers also got together in our virtual Coffee Shop and it was just great to connect with familiar faces once again.”

Tityk says that farmers who missed the March 10 digital event launch can still register and see what they missed. The 2021 edition of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show is designed to make relevant content available throughout the year with recorded presentations and on-demand content that stays in the online platform until December 31, 2021.  

Two on-demand highlights include: 

  • Boosting Wheat Yield: Where Plant Growth Regulators Can Help (and Where They Don’t) with Joanna Follings, Cereals Specialist with Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs 
  • Plant Soybeans Early? The Research Says Yes with Mike Staton, Senior Soybean Educator, Michigan State University 

“When farmers register for Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show Digital Pass, they get access to six themed digital event days on topics around planting, growing, research, livestock, harvest and innovation,” Tityk notes. “They will also have first notification of exclusive on-demand content and pop-up events that become available throughout the year.” 

Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show is hosted on an interactive online platform that has new virtual Coffee Shop that’s open only on digital event days so farmers, speakers and industry reps can gather at small virtual tables to catch up through video chat.  

Tityk explains that show organizers wanted to allow farmers and industry to connect online, plus provide a way to bring timely information to farmers throughout the year to help inform decision-making on the farm. Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show Digital Pass also gives farmers exclusive access to special offers and discounts from the event sponsors by visiting sponsors’ virtual booths. 

To register, and for more information on the 2021 edition of Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, visit the website 

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