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Producers, processors
 
News Release
 

May 10, 2016

 

New directors appointed to Agri-Food Management Institute Board

 

The Agri-Food Management Institute (AMI) welcomed three new directors to the board while thanking two outgoing directors for their contributions at its May 5th annual general meeting.

 

Incoming directors include Laurie Nicol, Executive Director of the Ontario Independent Meat Processors, Ed Verkley, Chair of the Poultry Industry Council and Jean-Marc Beneteau, a specialty soybean and grains producer.

 

“We are looking forward to working with these talented people, since they have a lot of energy as well as a diverse skill set and network,” said Doug Alexander, Chair of the AMI Board. “I’m sure they will be a big help with one of our main focuses, which is bringing the institute’s products, programs and services to more industry organizations and their memberships.”

 

AMI promotes new ways of thinking about agri-food business management. It develops business management tools, information, resources, and training for agri-food and agri-based producers, processors, and their business advisors. AMI also creates links to existing resources and conducts research for the industry.

 

Leaving the board is Past Chair Brenda Lammens, who is also a director on the board of the Agricultural Adaptation Council and sits on the Appeals Tribunal for the Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission.

 

“I joined AMI because they were addressing issues we were facing in agriculture that weren’t being addressed - specifically business management and succession planning,” Lammens said. “I’m proud that we made programs that are accessible and reasonable to fit into the lifestyle of very busy farmers.”

 

Lorne Small, a sheep farmer from north Wellington and past President of the Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario, is also leaving the AMI board.

Both Lammens and Small had been directors since AMI’s inception.

 

“We are extremely grateful to have had the help of these two people, with their depth of knowledge as well as industry and personal business experience,” Alexander said.

 

AMI is funded by Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative. It is led by a Board of Directors with diverse backgrounds and experience in primary agriculture, agriculture business, and food processing.

 

Contact:

 

Alison Robertson

Executive Director

519-822-6618

alison@takeanewapproach.ca

 

 

 
Producers, processors
 
New study shows taking care of business leads to success for farmers

 

February 29, 2016 - Guelph, Ontario- Successful farmers in Canada use seven business management practices that set them apart, according to a new ground-breaking study released today in Guelph.


The top 7 practices that drive farm financial success:

  • Never stop learning
  • Make business decisions using accurate financial data
  • Seek the help of business advisors/consultants
  • Have a written business plan, follow it, and review it annually
  • Know and monitor your cost of production and what it means for your profits
  • Assess risks and have a plan to manage and mitigate risk
  • Use a budget and financial plan to monitor financial position and options

 

The 'Dollars and Sense' report was commissioned by the Agri-food Management Institute (AMI) and Farm Management Canada (FMC). It was presented to farmers, agricultural industry organizations, farm business advisors, accountants, economic development groups and others for their feedback and discussion on how to better engage the industry when it comes to farm business management.

"The research says that no matter how big or small your operation is, what you produce or where you farm in Canada, investing in farm business management will drive your success," said FMC Executive Director, Heather Watson. "For years, industry has been hearing this, and now, we finally have the concrete data to back it!"

Ipsos Agriculture and Animal Health's research includes over 600 farmers. The study represents a cross-section of grain and oilseed, dairy, beef, hog, poultry and egg and horticultural producers from across the country. Ipsos invited participants from their database of more than 100,000 farm businesses, and used a Financial Success Score tool to calculate the results.

"This study shows that farmers paying close attention to the business side of their operations is critical to making a good living," said AMI's Executive Director, Alison Robertson. "And they don't have to do it alone - we have many resources to help farmers help themselves to greater success."

Hard copies of the report were distributed at the launch and it is now available on theFMC and AMI websites.

The 'Dollars and Sense' study grew out of research completed by both organizations. AMI previously published a baseline study that provided insights into farm business management activities, behaviours and attitudes in Ontario farmers. FMC produced a report on how to meet the business management needs of Canadian farmers using insights into domestic and international best practices.

Both organizations provide programs, workshops and other resources to help farmers make the best management decisions for their business. 

Contact:


Alison Robertson or Ashley Honsberger, AMI
Alison@takeanewapproach.ca
Ashley@takeanewapproach.ca
519-822-6618

Heather Watson, FMC
heather.watson@fmc-gac.com 
613-237-9060 ext. 31

 

AMI is funded by Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative. It is led by a Board of Directors with diverse backgrounds and experience in primary agriculture, agriculture business, and food processing.


FMC is a national umbrella for Canadian farm business management activity and the only organization devoted exclusively to the development and delivery of advanced business management information, tools and resources to position Canada's farmers for success. FMC is partially funded under the Growing Forward 2 program.

 

 

 
Producers, processors
 
News Release
 
Agri-Food Management Institute welcomes Ontario Food Terminal Chair announcement
AMI Executive Director appointed to board chair position

 

For immediate release

 

Guelph ON, 9 February 2016 – The appointment of Agri-Food Management Institute Executive Director, Alison Robertson, as the next Chair of the Ontario Food Terminal presents new opportunities for collaboration in Ontario’s food system.

 

Robertson, the Terminal’s first female board chair, has a wealth of experience in the agri-food industry, from packaging and student nutrition to working directly with growers and retailers. She joined AMI in November 2015 as the organization’s Executive Director.

 

“We offer our congratulations to Alison on her appointment as Chair of the Ontario Food Terminal Board,” says AMI Chair Doug Alexander. “This new role will offer opportunities to strengthen AMI’s links with the broader agri-food sector so we can work better collectively to advance agriculture and agri-food in Ontario.”

 

AMI, which develops and promotes agri-business management resources and training, has extended its mandate beyond the farm gate in recent years to include a focus on business management for the food processing sector as well.

 

“At AMI, we see strong value chain relationships from the farm right through to consumers as vital to the prosperity of our agri-food businesses,” says Robertson. “The Ontario Food Terminal is such an integral link in Ontario’s food industry and I look forward to increased collaboration between the two organizations so we can help foster a business environment where our sector can thrive.”

 

Prior to joining AMI, Robertson spent more than a decade with the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ Association, which included working closely with farmers and produce marketers, the nutrition sector, and government. She joined the Food Terminal board as a director in 2014.

 

AMI promotes new ways of thinking about agribusiness management by developing resources and information and offering training opportunities for agri-food and agri-based producers, processors and their business advisors. Visit www.takeanewapproach.ca.

 

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For more information:


Alison Robertson, 519-822-6618 or alison@takeanewapproach.ca

 

The Agri-food Management Institute is funded by Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.

 

 

 
Producers, processors
 

Call for Nominations

 

The Agri-food Management Institute (AMI) is seeking nominations for outstanding individuals to join the current AMI Board of Directors.

 

By stimulating ideas and leading projects, AMI is a unique organization that strives to increase understanding and adoption of business management practices which enable Ontario agri-food and agri-based processors and producers to meet their business goals.

 

Board members should have an understanding of the Ontario agri-food and/or agriproducts processing industry. More importantly, they should be innovative, be able to see beyond traditional boundaries of business management, and have an understanding of business development best practices.

 

To learn more about AMI and to download the nomination form, click here: Nomination Form 2016

 

Nominations will be accepted until February 26th, 2016 and can be forwarded in confidence to:

 

AMI Board of Directors

c/o Alison Robertson, Executive Director

100-105 Stone Road West, Guelph, Ontario N1G 5l3

Email: alison@takeanewapproach.ca

 

 

 


 

 

 

 
Producers, processors
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

 

October 23, 2015

 

New Executive Director at the Agri-food Management Institute

 

Guelph - The Agri-food Management Institute (AMI) is pleased to announce that Alison Robertson is the organization’s new Executive Director.

 

“We think that Alison will be a great fit, with her extensive experience and connections in the industry,” said Doug Alexander, Chair of the Board for AMI. “Under her leadership, we look forward to giving farmers and food processors more and better ways to help them succeed in business.”

 

AMI promotes new ways of thinking about agribusiness management. It develops business management tools, information, resources, and training for agri-food and agri-based producers, processors, and their business advisors. AMI also creates links to existing resources and conducts research for the industry.

 

“I will be a champion for AMI,” Alison said. “I want to get out there with our stakeholders, engage with them, listen to what they’re looking for, and help meet their needs.”

 

Alison comes to the job with an impressive list of qualifications, including working as program manager for the Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ Association (OFVGA) for 11 years. The OFVGA is dedicated to the advancement of horticulture, working proactively through effective lobbying for the betterment of the industry and its producers as a whole through advocacy, research, education, and communication.

 

There, she helped introduce and ran an innovative program that puts more fresh fruits and vegetable snacks into the hands and stomachs of school children in northern Ontario.  The program continues to be successful in helping improve the health of 38,000 kids in 191 schools. It’s also instilling good eating habits that will last a lifetime for those children.

 

She also ran Fresh from the Farm: Health Fundraising for Ontario Students, a program in which students raise funds for school activities from the sale of local fresh fruits and vegetables. More than $112,000 has been raised at 152 schools since the pilot started in 2013.

 

Alison has also been a member of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Horticulture Value Chain Roundtable, where she chaired the Consumer Focus Working Group and the Horticulture for Health Working Group. She is a member of the steering committee of the National Health Summit: Increasing Fruit & Vegetable Consumption for a Healthier Canada. She sits on the selection panel for the Premier’s Award for Agri-food Innovation Excellence and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Ontario Food Terminal.

 

Alison is a graduate of the University of Toronto. She will begin her term as AMI’s Executive Director on November 2, 2015.

 

Food processors are invited to attend AMI’s Food Entrepreneurs: Building Ontario Innovation One Product at a Time conference that will be held in Barrie, Ontario on March 3 and 4, 2016.

 

AMI is funded by Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative. It is led by a Board of Directors with diverse backgrounds and experience in primary agriculture, agriculture business, and food processing.

 

Contact:

 

Alison Robertson

Executive Director

519-822-6618

alison@takeanewapproach.ca

 

 

Ashley Honsberger

Program Manager

519-822-6618

ashley@takeanewapproach.ca

 

 

The Agri-food Management Institute is funded by Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.

 

 


 


 

 

 

 
Producers, processors
 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

 

agLean Master Class Brings Lean Efficiency Principles to the Farm

 

Space is limited. Enrol now to be one of the 12 farm operators/on-farm processors for the October session.

 

GUELPH, August 13, 2015 – Farm operators looking to increase efficiency and profit are encouraged to enrol in the AgLean Master Class, which kicks off in October.

 

The course brings the Lean production philosophy renowned in the auto manufacturing sector to the farm.

 

“Lean principles are a set of five steps that can apply into any process, whether it’s a manufacturing process, a business process, or an on-farm process,” explains agLean program coordinator Rob Hannam. “The agLean Master Class really shows how these principles can be successfully applied to farm operations to identify and eliminate the root causes of waste that are often overlooked.”

The agLean Master Class is offered by the Agri-Food Management Institute, working together with Synthesis Agri-Food Network. Starting in October, the four-day program takes place over four months. During the program participants are introduced to Lean principles and receive practical training and support on how to apply the principles to a project they select for their operation.

 

“A big part of the focus is on ways to improve efficiencies in time and cost of production that ultimately increase profits,” says agLean coach Garth Baxter. He adds that agLean is a great fit for assessing and improving everything from harvesting efficiency and feeding processes to barn set-up and flow, and equipment downtime.

 

In addition to four days of instruction, agLean participants receive one-on-one coaching support via phone and email from a leading Lean expert to assist with their on-farm project. “There’s also a tremendous opportunity to share and learn from other producers and processors in the program from various commodities,” notes Baxter.

 

The agLean Master Class program begins October 2015 in St. Jacobs, Ontario.

 

Enrolment is limited to 12 farm operators/on-farm processors. For more information or to apply, interested participants can visit: http://www.takeanewapproach.ca/agLean.htm or contact program co-ordinator Rob Hannam: rob.hannam@synthesis-network.com or call 519-822-7272.

 

 

Media Contacts:

Rob Hannam

Synthesis Agri-Food Network

100 Stone Road West, Suite 109

Guelph Ontario N1G 5L3

519-822-7272

rob.hannam@synthesis-network.com

 

Ashley Honsberger

Agri-food Management Institute

100 Stone Road West, Unit 105

Guelph, Ontario N1G 5L3

Office: 519-822-6618

Fax: 519-821-7361

ashley@takeanewapproach.ca

 

 

The Agri-food Management Institute is funded by Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.

 

 


 

 

 

 
Producers, processors
 

Limited Funds Available: Speaker & Events and B2B Value Chain Networking


1. Speaker & Event Funding: Registered groups in Ontario running an event geared toward the agri-food industry can apply to AMI for funding to cover the costs associated with organizing or bringing a business management speaker to a local event. The goal of this funding initiative is to raise awareness about business management planning for producers and processors of Ontario food and agri-products. Successful applicants will receive up to $2,500 based on audience size, scope, event objectives, and participating organizers. 

 

Click here to view the Eligibility and Guidelines                   

Click here to Apply Today- First Come First Serve

 

2. Business-to-Business (B2B) Value Chain Networking: Registered groups in Ontario running an event bringing members of the agri-food value chain together through networking, panel speakers, tradeshow, or workshop activities can apply to AMI for funding to cover the costs associated with organizaing and bringing people together for a local event. The goal of this funding intiative is to raise awareness about producer or farmer businesses connecting with processor businesses to build and strengthen the Ontario agri-food value chain from supplier to consumer. Successful applicants will receive up to $5,000 based on audience size, scope, event objectives, and participating organizers. There must be tangible outcomes of producer-processor connections established through the event.

 

Click here to Apply Today-First Come First Serve

 

 

 

July 20, 2015
Producers, processors
 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Registration now open for 2015/16 Advanced Farm Management Program

 

Take the next step to improving your farm management

 

 

GUELPH, July 20, 2015 – Farm owners and managers in Ontario have the opportunity to improve their business management skills this winter with the Advanced Farm Management Program (AFMP), which will kick off in late November at three locations across the province.

 

The program, now in its fourth year, is offered by the Agri-food Management Institute (AMI) in partnership with Synthesis Agri-Food Network.

 

This year participants can attend the program in three locations St. Jacobs, London and North Gower.

 

“AFMP helps farmers improve their businesses by exposing them to best practices in human resources, financial management, and marketing that make a difference on the farm,” says Doug Alexander, board Chair of the Agri-food Management Institute.

 

AFMP provides a unique combination of advanced farm business management training and personalized, practical teachings that farmers can apply immediately to their operation. Farmers who have completed the Growing Your Farm Profits (GYFP) program, or those who have accumulated management experience, are encouraged to enrol.

 

“AFMP really changed my perspective on business planning and provided tremendous value for our business,” says 2014 AFMP participant Karen Sanders.

“AFMP helps you think strategically about your business, build a strong Management Action Plan, and provides practical knowledge and insights needed to improve the everyday management of your operation,” adds Rob Hannam, president of Synthesis Agri-Food Network and AFMP program facilitator.

Hannam and Michael Bossy, president and founder of Bossy Nagy Group Chartered Professional Accountants, will facilitate AFMP sessions.

The program consists of five intensive one-day training sessions over a four-month period. For the 2015/16 class, the sessions are scheduled to run from November 2015 to February 2016.

 

Registration is now open. Farmers are urged to register early to secure a position at their preferred location. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31, 2015. Registrations received before Sept. 18 are eligible for a $150 discount. AFMP tuition is $1,950 per person with a 25% discount for a second participant from the same farm business. Full payment of tuition is required by Oct. 31, 2015.

To register online or download the application form, and for more details on the AFMP go to advancedfarmmanagement.ca. 

 

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Media contact:

Ashley Honsberger

Agri-food Management Institute

120 Research Lane, Suite 200

Guelph, Ontario N1G 0B4

Office: 519-822-6618

Fax: 519-821-7361

 ashley@takeanewapproach.ca

 

 

The Agri-food Management Institute is funded by Growing Forward 2, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative.

 

 

 

 

 

March 23, 2015
Producers, processors
 

NEWS RELEASE: Kawartha Lakes farmers has Ontario's Most Profitable Acre

 

Kurtis Peeters, an organic corn grower from Kawartha Lakes is the winner of the Most Profitable Acre Challenge, a competition organized by the Agri-food Management Institute and presented in partnership with Grain Farmers of Ontario. The business skills competition looks at input costs, production practices, yield, marketing tactics, and business management practices to determine the farmer with the most profitable acre harvested in corn or soybean production in Ontario.

 

Click here to view the complete News Release. 

 

 

 

December 1, 2014
Producers, processors
 

 

News Release: Agri-food Management Institute offers course to strengthen communication skills among agribusiness owners and managers

 

The Agri-food Management Institute (AMI) will offer an interactive communications workshop in early 2015 (starting January 27) for agricultural producers and food and beverage processors.

 

Challenge the Conversation 2.0 is a two-day course designed specifically to help agribusiness managers, particularly those who operate family businesses, become better bosses, business partners, spouses and parents.

 

The workshop is ideal for those who tend to avoid difficult conversations, spend a lot of time fixing misunderstandings, want to better deal with performance issues, motivate employees, and work in better partnership with employees and family members.

 

Click here to read the news release and here to view the workshop flyer.

 

 

November 21, 2014
Producers
 

News Release: Agri-food Management Institute and Farm Management Canada partner to deliver Risk Management Toolkit

 

The Agri-food Management Institute (AMI), in partnership with Farm Management Canada (FMC), launched a toolkit today to help farmers identify and manage business risks.

 

“Regular business assessment paves the way for strong, efficient operations,” says AMI Executive Director Ryan Koeslag. “This toolkit heightens farmer awareness of risks and lays the foundation for a farm contingency plan that works towards their business goals.”

 

The digital toolkit is a complimentary resource that supports farmers using FMC’s Comprehensive Guide to Managing Risk in Agriculture. The guide, which provides an in-depth review of risk management practices and the toolkit, which offers a simplified, hands-on process for farmers to implement the guide’s concepts, were jointly released at FMC’s 2014 Agricultural Excellence Conference in Winnipeg.

 

Click here to read the news release.

 

 

 

November 18, 2014
Producers, processors
 

Call for nominations to AMI's Board of Directors

 

The Agri-food Management Institute (AMI) is seeking nominations for outstanding individuals to join the current Board of Directors. Board members should have an understanding of the Ontario agri-food industry. More importantly, they should be innovative, be able to see beyond traditional boundaries of agribusiness management, and have an understanding of business management and business development best practices. For more information on qualifications and to download the nomination form, click here

 

 

 

 

August 13, 2014
Producers, processors
 

News Release: Agri-food Management Institute renews organizational focus with name change 

 

Ontario’s leading promoter of best agribusiness management practices for agri-food and agri-based producers and processors announced it will now operate under the name Agri-food Management Institute (AMI) to more accurately reflect its mandate.  

 

Click here to read the News Release

 

 

 

July 23, 2014
Producers
 

News Release: Corn and soybean farmers to compete for Most Profitable Acre


The Most Profitable Acre Challenge looks at farmer input costs, production practices, yield, sale prices, money management best practices, and more to determine the most profitable acre harvested by corn and soybean farmers in Ontario. The challenge celebrates farmers who have successfully implemented best business management practices, and encourages all crop farmers to evaluate the way they run their businesses in order to maximize efficiencies and profitability.

 

The grand prize winner will be awarded their choice of an FM-750 Display Trimble GPS, or a trip for two to one of three farm show destinations including the 2015 Commodity Classic in Phoenix, Ariz., the 2015 Machinery Show in Louisville, Ky., and the 2015 International Farm Management Congress in Quebec City, Que.

 

Click here to read the News Release

 

 

 

July 22, 2014
Producers
 

News Release: Advanced Farm Management Program Expands to Five Ontario Locations

Farm owners and managers in Ontario have the opportunity to improve their business management skills this winter with the Advanced Farm Management Progam (AFMP), which will kick off in late November at five locations across the province.

 

This year participants can attend the program in Ridgetown, London, Orangeville, Ancaster or Winchester. Registration is open until Oct. 31, 2014. Farmers are urged to register early to secure a position at their preferred location. Farmers who have completed the Growing Your Farm Profits (GYFP) program, or those who have accumulated management experience are encouraged to enrol.

 

Click here to read the News Release

 

 

 

 
June 24, 2014
 
 

Request for Proposals: Research and Analysis on the Tangible Impacts of Beneficial Business Management Practices in the Agri-food and Agri-product Sector in Ontario

 

AMI has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to undertake the "Research and analysis on the Tangible Impacts of Beneficial Business Management Practices in the Agri-food and Agri-products sector in Ontario" project. The goal of the project is to conduct research that quantifies the impact of the use of business managmeent and leadership practices in the agriculture and agri-food sectors by demonstrating tangible results. By building upon existing research and information, the results of the project aim to demonstrate the value of business management and inspire agribusinesses to adopt profitable and beneficial busines management practices. 

 

Click here to review the Request for Proposal

 

 

 

 

 

May 26, 2014
Producers, processors
 

Co-sponsorship of Agribusiness Events and Conferences

AMI is actively seeking opportunities to co-sponsor events for Ontario producers and processors. As a co-sponsor of an event, conference, or AGM, AMI will collaborate with organizing partners to develop workshops, and arrange expert speakers and networking sessions focused on business management topics. These topics will be tailored to the specific needs and interests of the audience. 

 

Click here for more information on this initiative, and kickstart the collaboration today!

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 20, 2014
Producers, processors
 

Connect with a Farm Business Club Advisor 

AMI has a roster of experienced farm business club advisors ready to provide advice and guidance in the building of new clubs, as well as direction and expertise to help existing clubs maintain their momentum. This free service for farm business management clubs includes up to one year of advisor-facilitated meetings and a formal written business plan for the group. 

 

Click here to learn more and visit the Club Advisory Service page to get started!  

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 14, 2014
Producers, processors
 

Funding Available: Speakers and Events (Program full for this year)

Registered groups in Ontario running an event geared toward the agriculture industry can apply to AMI for funding to cover the costs associated with organizing or bringing a business management speaker to a local event. The goal of this funding initiative is to raise awareness about business management planning for producers and processors of Ontario food and agri-products. Successful applicants will receive up to $2,500.

 

Click here for eligibility guidelines and to download an application form.

 

 

 

 

 

April 29, 2014
Producers, processors
 

News Release: AMI Business Score Card

"The Business Score Card will deliver great benefits for farmers and processors," says Ryan Koeslag, AMI executive director. "It will help them gain a greater understanding of their business strengths and weaknesses; help assess current systems, knowledge and skills; and prioritize areas for improvement."

 

Participants are required to answer a short series of questions on 10 different business management focus areas. It takes about 30 minutes to complete the assessment.

 

Click here to read the News Release

 

 

 

 

 

 

April 4, 2014
 
 

AMI Launches Online Assessment Tool for Farmers and Agri-Food Processors

AMI presents a unique online tool called the Business Scorecard, which is an in-depth business assessment tool and action planner for new entrants, established farmers, and processing businesses. To begin using this tool, check out the link below.

 

Business Scorecard - This self-assessment will walk you through the many different components of your business, from production to suppliers to people, to check where your priorities lie and where to go next to get your business in shape.

 

 

 

 
March 27, 2014
 
 

AMI Launches Succession Planning Tools for Farmers and Agri-Food Processors

AMI presents the upgraded Choose Your Own Farm Succession tool, as well as a brand new, online, eLearning business transition tool for agri-food processors. To begin using these tools, check out the links below.

 

Choose Your Own Farm Succession - This step-by-step guide will walk you through a succession plan tailored specifically to your family succession scenario.

 

Take Control - Transition Planning for Owners in the Food Processing Industry: This program will teach business owners how they can effectively transition out of their business when they’re ready to retire, or move on to another endeavour.

 

 

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Contact us at ashley@takeanewapproach.ca 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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