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Social networking is vital for Ontario ag industry


March 15, 2010
By Fruit & Vegetable

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March 15, 2010 –
Farmers, ag associations and ag businesses can now harness the collective
intelligence of Ontario agriculture.



March 15, 2010 –
Farmers, ag associations and ag businesses can now harness the collective
intelligence of Ontario agriculture.

Networking is about
making connections and building mutually beneficial relationships with people
that share the same interests and goals. This has never been easier than now
for those involved in Ontario’s diverse and productive agriculture and food
industry.  

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OntAg
(www.ontag.farms.com) is a free, social networking website for farmers, ag
business and farm associations and groups, where they can share opinions, ideas
and information to solve problems or create new opportunities. The
OntAg.Farms.com website uses new generation 2.0 Internet technologies, similar
to other social networking websites like Facebook.

The OntAg website has been launched and the number of members
continues to grow on a daily basis. Once you join the network and become a
member, you’ll be able participate in groups, connect with and invite friends,
chat with other farmers, share pictures, find or post local ag and food events,
as well as view the latest Ontario agri-news.

What to do? Visit the www.ontag.farms.com website.  Join
and become a member, view the information presented by other members and share
your opinions, ideas and experiences.

If you have any
questions, contact Andrew at 1-877-438-5729, ext. 5023, or e-mail andrew.campbel@farms.com.