Butler County Farm Bureau will host our next Grow and Know event on Monday, Nov. 18. Tis the Season Decorating Tips will be held at the scenic John Nieman Nursery at 3215 New London Rd., south of Hamilton. Time: 7 p.m.- 9 p.m. Demo on how to make a fresh evergreen wreath and how to care for it. Make 'n Take a centerpiece for your table using fresh greens. And.....learn how to make that perfect bo...
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The 93rd annual meeting of the Butler County Farm Bureau was held on Thurs., Sept. 12 at the Princeton Rd. Campus. More than 90 people attended the event. A delicious dinner catered by Shoelaces Catering began the evening with the business meeting following. Business for the evening included the election of President Tim Hesselbrock, Vice-President Rita Beiser and the election of at-large trustees...
Butler County Farm Bureau hosted the We Care poster contest during the week of the Butler County Fair. Over 800 patrons visited the fair booth to vote on their favorite 3 posters. The posters were submitted by the 4-H groups in Butler County and had to depict good animal care standards. The top 3 posters each received $100 for their 4-H club. Congratulations to the Milford Mini Farmers, Extreme Te...
Butler County Farm Bureau will host our 93rd annual meeting on Thurs., Sept. 12 at the Princeton Rd. Campus in Hamilton. The evening will start with a Meet & Greet at 6:00 p.m., followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. and concluding with the business meeting. Cost is $10 per person. Meal catered by Shoelaces Catering. Speaker for the evening is Dr. Leah Dorman, Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Food Progra...
Butler County Farm Bureau sponsored the "We Care" poster contest, in which county 4-H clubs participated. The posters must depict good animal care standards and have the words "We Care" included. The 10 posters, as selected by the Board of Trustees, are on display in the Butler County Farm Bureau fair booth and patrons to the booth can vote for their top three posters. The top three posters receiv...
Butler County Fair will host the Ohio House of Representatives Ag and Natural Resource Committee Meeting Thursday, July 25 at the fairgrounds. The meeting will begin at 11 a.m. and will be held in the new ag building. The meeting is open to the public and several people from Butler County will testify before the committee. A big welcome to the committee from Butler County Farm Bureau. ...
Fun Day at the Butler County Fair, sponsored by Butler County Farm Bureau, will be held Friday, July 26. Registration is held from 10:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. in front of the swine barn. The mini tractor pull (held in front of the grandstands) will begin around 1 p.m. and the Country Olympic games (held in the swine barn) will begin around 3 p.m. Good old-fashioned fun. Prizes and trophies. You d...
Karl Woods is a native of Cincinnati. He attended Moeller High school, was class president for three years, vice president for one year, and earned a football scholarship to the University of Cincinnati. Karl graduated from the College of Business with a bachelor's degree in business management. Karl married Gina Fink from West Chester and they have two children, Lindsay and Andrew and reside in M...
Here is the recipe from the Grow and Know event, Growing and Cooking With Herbs. Attendees sampled the bars at the event. Delicious! ...
Butler County Farm Bureau hosted another Grow and Know Event, Growing and Cooking With Herbs on May 8. More than 45 people were at the event held at Brown's Family Farm Market south of Ross. Speakers for the evening were Jody (Brown) Boyd; Greenhouse Manager for Brown's Family Farm Market and Angela Lampe; OSU Extension Master Gardener. Attendees learned techniques to growing herbs and tasted wond...
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