Innovation Oxford Airs on RogersTV

ORS NEWS
August 03, 2011

Since arriving from Ireland in the 1860’s, generations have been on the land until today, the William Chesney farm cultivates 2,500 acres north of Innerkip, Ontario. Innovation is a key to improvements in production and operational efficiencies. Bill Chesney shows us how.

We go behind the scenes at McIntosh Embryo Transfer north-east of Embro, Ontario to see how Alex McIntosh employs the process of genetic improvement to dairy herds world-wide.
In Ingersoll there’s a company where every day is a winter deep freeze. We are given unprecedented access to this major food storage facility at Ontario Refrigerated Services.

The series airs at 5:30 p.m. in Woodstock/Ingersoll and at other times during the week and weekend (check schedule here: http://www.rogerstv.com/page.aspx?lid=1&rid=15).

In Tillsonburg this program airs at other times throughout the week (check schedule here: http://www.rogerstv.com/page.aspx?lid=1&rid=11

Featured in the first program are the innovations made by Oxford County for water and waste water treatment.
If you don’t have access to a Rogers cable box, you can still view the programs on YouTube if you have an internet connection. If you’re on dial-up, download and viewing might stop and start depending on your bandwidth speed.The entire Innovation Oxford TV site is at this clickable address: http://www.youtube.com/innovationoxford or you can click the individual links below as well.

 

Program 3 – From Farm to Table

Ontario Refrigerated Services: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfnb-whd29A

McIntosh Embryo Transfer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IuBSwXnvQP0

The Chesney Farm: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXVFwAmIpW4

When you are on the YouTube site, “subscribe” to this series so that you can be notified of future programs automatically.

 

Innovation is happening everywhere. If you see it, let us know.
Enjoy,
Michael Harding
C: (226) 228-0173
mharding@execulink.com

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