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INSIDE The Latest in


this week
Young
Bowling
Champions
Agriculture
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Lions Journey
For Sight
9 Photos by Karen Mitchell

Morris Industries (top) and Richardson Pioneer (right)


Running on
were two of over 550 exhibitors which filled Brandon’s
Empty?
Keystone Centre earlier this week for Ag Days.
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By DARRYL HOLYK ag sector. This year was no ris Industries, Richardson
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C anada’s largest indoor
farm show, Ag Days,
kicked off early Tuesday
The three-day, free
event featured something
for everyone with a con-
As always, Ag Days
featured the latest, new
and exciting products and
morning at the Keystone nection to agriculture in- innovations in farming.
Centre in Brandon. Locat- cluding over 550 exhibitors There were 14 inventions
ed in the heart of Manitoba and more than 60 speak- featured in the Inventors
agriculture country, this ers with presentations on Showcase with 19 entries
annual event, now in its a vast variety of farm top- in the New Products Com-
42nd year, is always greatly ics. Some of the exhibitors petition.
attended by local farmers which have a direct local Continued on
and those who work in the connection included Mor- Page 16

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