Celebrate the food you love on Canada’s Agriculture Day

February 13 marks the second annual Canada’s Agriculture Day, a day to “celebrate the food we love.”

Everyone involved in the agriculture and food industry is encouraged to celebrate in their own way — from hosting an event, to posting their agriculture pride online and through social media channels, or by engaging with customers and consumers.

Supported by Agriculture More Than Ever, there’s an online resource centre to help you share and celebrate. If you’re looking for social media headers or images, you can head over to AgDay.ca to download free banners, headers, and graphics. Once there, you’ll find all manner of resources, a Twitter feed, access to order Ag More Than Ever swag, plus links to other events happening across Canada.

As for the RealAgriculture team, Shaun Haney and Lyndsey Smith will be on location in Ottawa, Ont., taking in the events of Canada’s Agriculture Day and hosting RealAg Radio on location.

Join in the fun or follow along with the action across social media platforms using the hashtag #CdnAgDay.


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