FMC launches farm management contest
By Farm Management CanadaFeatures Breeders Production Business/Policy Canada Sustainability
Mar. 19, 2013, Ottawa, ON – Competitors from across Canada will have the opportunity to win a trip of a lifetime to attend the International Farm Management Congress in Poland July 2013, all expenses paid, to learn international agricultural management best practices and be part of the Canadian delegation.
“We know first-hand that being part of IFMA (International Farm Management Association) is a life-changing experience,” says Heather Watson, FMC Executive Director “and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to offer this experience to fellow Canadians and help build the Canadian delegation in Poland.”
To enter this amazing contest, contestants must produce a video, one minute or less, that demonstrates: Canadian Farmers Managing for Success!
Farm Management Canada must receive the completed application form and video submission no later than May 24th, 2013. The names of the winners will be announced in June 2013.
The selected winners will win an all-expenses paid trip to attend the International Farm Management Congress in Poland this summer. While in Poland, winners will report from the Congress by being active on Twitter. Upon return, the winner is required to write two articles to share insights on their experience and entice participation for IFMA 2015 in Canada. Winners may also be called upon to speak at FMC and industry events.
FMC and generous sponsors have partnered to be able to run this competition and provide Canadian farmers with this unique opportunity. FMC wishes to thank our first confirmed sponsor, FBC for their generous involvement in the contest and encourage many more to come on board.
For more information regarding how to apply and full contest rules, please visit www.fmc-gac.com.
About the International Farm Management Congress
The International Farm Management Congress takes place every second year in locations all over the world. The 2013 Congress is in Poland at Warsaw’s University of Life Sciences (www.ifma19.org). Farmers, advisors, academia, policy makers, researchers, and anyone with a keen interest in farm business management gather to share best practices on the world stage.
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