The Butler County Farm Bureau office has a new location. As of Aug.30, we are now located at 2273 Oxford-Millville Rd., Hamilton, OH 45013. Our office is located in the Harvest Land Co-op office building directly across Hussey Rd. Our phone number 513-844-8371 is the same as well as our fax number 513-844-8372. The NEW e-mail address is [email protected] Stop by and visit the new location i...
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Hundreds of visitors to the Butler County Fair stopped in the Butler County Farm Bureau booth to vote for their favorite pictures in the "I AM AGRICULTURE" coloring contest. Over 120 entries were submitted and the top ten for each age group were on display at the fair. Each person could vote for the favorites in the age groups once a day, as many days as they were able during the fair week. Hundre...
Selection for the top 10 finalists for each age group was held Monday evening for the I AM AGRICULUTRE IN BUTLER COUNTY coloring contest sponsored by Butler County Farm Bureau. The top 10 pictures selected for each age group will be on display in the Butler County Farm Bureau booth at the Butler County Fair during the week of July 25-31. Patrons to the fair booth can vote for their favorite pictu...
The Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board launched its website, www.ohiolivestockcarestandardsboard.org on June 17, 2010. This website informs and educates Ohioans about the activities of the board. The interactive site features meeting notices, past meeting minutes, frequently asked questions, updates, contact information and more. It also provides an opportunity for visitors to offer direct commen...
Butler County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce that our members and/or their dependents have finished strongly again in the awarding of scholarships from the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation. Congratulations to Sarah Butterfield of Oxford, Gregg Janos of Oxford and Lauren Schwab of Somerville for your selection as a recipient of a 2010 OFBF Darwin Bryan $1000 Scholarship. In 2009, Butler County Farm ...
Mini Milk Maids on the Mooove has been selected as the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation 2010 Award for Children's Literature book. The book is for sale at the Butler County Farm Bureau office for $11 each. We also offer other previous books selected for this prestigous award with cost ranging from $8-$12. Great gifts at a great price! Limited supply available, please call (513-844-8371) beforehand to e...
Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones, along with the Buckeye State Sheriffs' Association, is proud to announce their support for Ohio Farm Bureau Federation's $2500 Reward Program. The $2500 Reward Program has helped lead to the arrest and conviction of hundrresd of criminals over the years. The reward signs are found all over the state on farms, homes, and business of Farm Bureau members. Anyon...
The Butler County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce the following 2010 scholarship recipients. * Glenn Janos - Norma Van Gorden $500 Scholarship Recipient * Lauren Schwab - Ray & Mary Jane Friday $500 Scholarship Recipient * Katie Shaw - Butler County Farm Bureau $500 Scholarship Recipient * Jenny Shaw - Butler County Farm Bureau $500 Scholarship Recipient * Christa L...
The Promotion & Education Committee donated books again this year to local Butler County libraries. Books were donated to Trenton Library, Middletown Library, Monroe Lending Library and Lane Public Libraries. Shown in picture is Diane Current or the Trenton Library accepting the book donation....
Butler County Farm Bureau and Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones have teamed together for a safety campaign entitled "Drive With Reason, It's Farming Season" in Butler County. The safety campaign is to raise awareness during the busy farming months of farmers moving farm equipment on the busy Butler County roadways. Farmers depend on our roadways while they grow our food and fiber. According t...
Organization Director:Christy Montoya
Mailing Address:2273 Millville Oxford Rd.
Hamilton, OH 45013-3338
Office Hours:M, Tu, Th 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday 8 am. to 2 p.m. Closed Wed.
Dues:$60 per year for a family membership
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