2020 Islands Agriculture show a hit in Cowichan

Dave Murray of Osborne Quality Seeds show off his display at the annual Islands Agriculture Show Feb. 7 at the Cowichan Exhibition.
Four-year-old Norah Kasting learns how to operate the 4-shaft table loom with a little help from Alison Irwin during the annual Island Agriculture Show Feb. 7 at the Cowichan Exhibition. For more from the show, see page 13. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
There was a lot to explore and to learn at the annual Islands Agriculture Show Feb. 7 at the Cowichan Exhibition.
The chicks are always a highlight for the children at the annual Island Agriculture Show Feb. 7 at the Cowichan Exhibition. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Janel van Dongen takes a try at spinning some thread during the annual Islands Agriculture Show Feb. 7.
There was a lot to explore and to learn — and some really cool tractors to see — at the annual Island Agriculture Show Feb. 7 at the Cowichan Exhibition. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
There was a lot to explore and to learn — and some really cool tractors to see — at the annual Islands Agriculture Show Feb. 7 at the Cowichan Exhibition.
Top Shelf Feeds’s retail manager Joanne Gorle is joined at the company display with Sam Davison.
There was a lot to explore and to learn at the annual Islands Agriculture Show Feb. 7 at the Cowichan Exhibition.
West Coast Seeds joined the trade show at the Islands Agriculture Show.
From sprinklers to equipment and feed and more, there was a lot to explore and to learn at the annual Island Agriculture Show Feb. 7 at the Cowichan Exhibition. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)
Carol Avon of the Tzouhalem Spinners and Weavers demonstrates her craft at the annual Island Agriculture Show Feb. 7 at the Cowichan Exhibition. (Sarah Simpson/Citizen)

The Islands Agriculture Show drew those in the farming business and those interested in it to the Cowichan Valley last Friday and Saturday.

The Cowichan Exhibition hosted the event, which included seminars, a trade show, and more.

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