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  • Writer's pictureLorna Hamilton

Cornerstone Co-op Ag Days


Back row from left, Roland Melzer, Roy Matias, Joanne Paquette, Cinzia Pinzauti, Greg Adams, Nathan Bear, and James McIvor. Front row from left, Madisyn Chase, and Jordyn Prior

Cornerstone Co-op pulled out all the stops on March 22 as they hosted their much-anticipated Ag Days event at the Wainwright Equine Centre, drawing farmers and ranchers from all across the area. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., attendees were treated to a diverse array of agricultural products and services, showcasing the very best of what Cornerstone Co-op and its affiliated vendors have to offer.

The event boasted over 20 vendors, each proudly displaying their items that supply the Cornerstone Co-op Home and Agro Centre. Among the distinguished participants were names such as DeWalt, Clearfab, Makita, and Km King Marketing Ltd., offering everything from power tools to marketing solutions. Jody Tondell, a Co-op Feed Supplier, and Dean Piermantier from Saltec were also present, providing insights into the latest in feed and agricultural technology.

Not to be outdone, Cloverdale Paint, Gallagher Power Fence, and Westman Steel showcased their top-of-the-line products, catering to the needs of farmers and ranchers alike. Northwind Forest Products, from Glaslyn, Saskatchewan, proudly displayed their range of fence posts, dowelled rails, and rough cut lumber, all of which are supplied to the Wainwright Cornerstone Co-op Home and Agro Centre.

The event wasn’t just about browsing, however. Vendors provided attendees with equipment demos and auger showcases, offering a firsthand look at the cutting-edge technology shaping the agricultural landscape. Livestock supplies, fuel equipment, and expert agronomy services were also on offer, providing resources to farmers looking to optimize their operations.

In addition to the wealth of information and products available, attendees had the chance to win a variety of door prizes and draws, including coveted items such as a fencer, wire, and insulators. Children were not forgotten either, with the option to sign up for the Co-op Kids Club and receive special kids’ bags filled with Hey Clay and other items.

No agricultural event would be complete without a satisfying meal, and Cornerstone Co-op kept the hunger at bay with complimentary beef on a bun.

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