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What’s Up – for May. 26, 2011

Please forward your agricultural events to

[email protected] or call 204-944-5762.

May 29:Day of The Honey Bee, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Forks Market, Winnipeg. For more information call Jim Campbell at 204-4675246, e-mail [email protected] net or visit www.manitobabee.org (click on “Activities and Events”).

June 4:Workshop: Making boreal forest herbal teas and medicinal salves, Pine Falls. Registration $30 per person. For more info or to register call 340-5013 or email [email protected]

June 6:Roblin and District 4-H livestock show and sale, Roblin and District Fairgrounds, 315 Hospital St., Roblin. Preregistration deadline June 3. For more info call MAFRI in Roblin at 204-937-6460.

June 9-11:Canadian Angus Association annual meetings, Elkhorn Ranch, Clear Lake. Registration deadline May 30. For more info visit mbangus.ca or call 1-888-622-6487.

July 10-13:Canadian Special Crops Association silver jubilee convention, Westin Bayshore, Vancouver. For more info call 204-925-3780 or visit www.specialcrops.mb.ca. July 24-27:International Symposium on Pre-Harvest Sprouting in Cereals, Capri Centre, 3310-50th Ave., Red Deer, Alta. Early-bird registration deadline June 1. For more info email lori. [email protected]

July 26-28:Canola Council of Canada annual convention, Delta Bessborough, 601 Spadina Cres. E., Saskatoon. For more info visit www.canola-council.org.

July 29-31:Manitoba Youth Beef Roundup and National Young Canadian Simmental Weekend, Neepawa Fairgrounds, Neepawa. Entry deadline June 30. For more info visit mbangus.ca or call 204- 728-3058.

August 3-6:American Cheese Society conference and

competition, Palais des congres, 1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle, Montreal. For more info visit www.cheesesociety.org.

Aug. 23-24:Supply Chain Connections conference 2011 – The Mid-Continent Cold Chain. For more info call 204-474-9097, email [email protected] or visit www.umti.ca.

Nov. 21-26:Canadian Western Agribition, Evraz Place, Regina. For more info call 306-565-0565 or visit www.agribition.com.

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