Join us for IPM 2017 in Walton, Huron County
September 19 to 23, 2017
JOIN US FOR DEMONSTRATIONS ON:
- Horse Plowing: Walking Plow and Sulky Plow
- Antique Plowing
- Conventional Plowing
- Reversible Plowing
- Steward School for current and aspiring Stewards
*PLEASE BRING A DONATION FOR THE LOCAL FOOD BANK*
COMPLIMENTARY LUNCH AT NOON - In order to receive lunch, please RSVP by May 29 to: OPA Office – 1-800-661-7569 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please join us for IPM 2017 - September 19 – 23 in Walton as HURON HOSTS on ONTARIO’S WEST COAST! One thousand acres of farmers’ fields will transform into the Tented City, RV Park, Plowing Competition Fields and parking areas. This year, along with celebrating the 100th IPM, we will be celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday.
We are pleased to announce that the IPM 2017 Exhibitor Information Handbook is now available online. Inside the handbook, you will find applications, maps and lots of information about exhibiting at the Match.
We look forward to welcoming you to IPM 2017 in the County of Huron!
The Early Bird Deadline for Special Pricing on Outdoor Lots and Indoor Booths is June 15.
2016-2017 Ontario Queen of the Furrow
Before a packed crowd on Thursday, September 22 during IPM 2016, Anita Rastapkevicius, representing Elgin County, was crowned the 2016-2017 Ontario Queen of the Furrow. Anita faced competition from 25 other candidates from across Ontario. Shown here, she receives her crown from last year's Ontario Queen of the Furrow, Kathryn Chant of Grenville County (left).
Anita will spend the coming year travelling across Ontario representing the OPA and IPM 2017 being held near Walton in Huron County.
The Flag Has Been Passed From IPM 2016 to IPM 2017
During the Closing Ceremonies on September 24, Ron Faulkner, Chair of IPM 2016, passed the OPA flag to Chair of IPM 2017, Jacquie Bishop symbolizing the end of IPM 2016 and the start of the campaign for IPM 2017 to be held next September in Walton, Ontario. Accompanying Jacquie is Huron County Warden Paul Gowing and accompanying Ron is Wellington County Warden George Bridge.