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November 8, St. Louis

US (MO): Organic transition for commercial-scale farms

High consumer demand for organic food translates to a need for more acres under organic management. This workshop will teach you how organic systems work and give you an outlook on the organic marketplace. Whether you’re considering a switch to an organic system, want to create a split operation, or are already in transition, this workshop will help you make sound decisions to ensure your success.

Click here for more information and to register.

Publication date: 10/9/2017

 


 

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