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Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Dec 7, 2012 03:13 PM CST

I've spent this week talking about grain and farmland prices across southern Ontario. Thursday evening, I find myself in my old college town, Guelph, Ont., a stopover on my BDO Canada speaking tour of southern Ontario. BDO Canada is an accounting and advisory firm. I have two more engagements left, finishing off next week in Little Britain, Ont., near Lindsay. It is what it is, but it sure gives me a pulse on the Ontario farm economy. For the most part, it's rarely been healthier.

People have come out in great numbers and many DTN subscribers have chatted with me ...

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