The Canadian International Farm Show is pleased to announce the creation of Horse Depot, a new facet presented by the Ontario Equestrian Federation that will showcase products and services for horse owners.
“We are pleased to launch this section of the Canadian International Farm Show in 2013,” says show manager Rob Etmanski. “This type of section will blend well with the current exhibitor base that we have for farm equipment, products and services.”
The new equestrian exhibit will include equipment, feed, tack, clothing, grooming supplies, fencing, trailers, riding groups, farriers, veterinarians, breeders, associations and more. Educational seminars will touch on topics relevant to small farm and horse owners.
“The Ontario Equestrian Federation is working closely with the Canadian International Farm Show to develop an equestrian exhibit that is informative and relevant to small farm and stable owners,” says Allan Ehrlick, president of the OEF. “Our hope is that everyone who walks through those doors leaves with the knowledge and resources they need to make the most of their equine operation, no matter how big or small it might be.”
The Canadian International Farm Show, billed as Canada’s largest indoor farm show, will take place from Feb. 5-7, 2013 at the International Centre in Mississauga. A destination for agricultural professionals who attend to make farm related purchase, the show welcomes over 23,000 buyers on an annual basis – a number that is sure to grow with the addition of the Horse Depot.
“Products, services and educational seminars geared to the unique needs of stable operators and small farm owners make this a must-attend event,” says Ehrlick. “We hope to see our members there.”
For complete details, visit www.CANADIANFARMSHOW.ca