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Doug Toops named to Young Ag Professionals State Committee

Published Oct. 1, 2015

Doug Toops of South Vienna has been named one of the new members of Ohio Farm Bureau’s Young Agricultural Professionals’ state committee As a committee member serving a two-year term, he will help develop and conduct activities that provide opportunities for young professionals to become involved in Ohio Farm Bureau programs. Toops is a Clark County Farm Bureau member where he serves on the board ...

CAUV Evaluation Changes Meeting, Sept. 3

Published Aug. 25, 2015

The Clark County Farm Bureau and Clark County Auditor John Federer would like to invite you to an informational CAUV Up-Date Meeting.  Auditor Federer will be presenting the new changes to the CAUV formula, along with how these changes will affect your upcoming taxes.  In the last year, Farm Bureau has worked hard on behalf of its members to implement these updates to CAUV. When: Sept. 3, 2015 Whe...


Ice Cream Social at the Clark County Fair

Published Jun. 29, 2015

We will be hosting our Ice Cream Social July 26 from 6-7:30 pm at our building at the Clark County Fair this year!...

Precision Ag Day ~ Aug. 21

Published Jun. 29, 2015

Please mark your calendars for the Precision Agriculture Day: Combine and Drone Technology which will be held Friday, Aug. 21, 2015 at the Champaign County Fairgrounds in Urbana. This event will feature presentations on decision agriculture, aerial imagery, utilizing field data, nutrient management, My John Deere and MyShed-Case IH. Some of the presenters include Dr. John Fulton, the new OSU speci...


Annual Meeting / Fun Day~ Aug. 23

Published Jun. 16, 2015

We invite you and your family to come out on Aug. 23 for our Annual Meeting and Fun Day.   When: Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015 Where: 2742 N. Dayton-Lakeview Rd., New Carlisle Time: 12:30 to 3:30 pm.  Dinner & business meeting at 1:30 p.m.   Cost:  FREE to Farm Bureau members.  Nonmembers $5 per person or $10 per family. After dinner we will have the business portion of the meeting, including voting o...


Case IH Special offer 0% Interest for 72 months

Published May. 13, 2015

Are you in the market for new hay equipment or a utility tractor? Through June 30, many Case IH customers are eligible for 0% financing for 72 months on Case IH hay tools and Farmall utility tractors. Case IH offers the equipment you need to get the job done on your farm. Add to that, Ohio Farm Bureau members are eligible for a $300-$500 discount on Case IH Maxxum and Farmall tractors and Case IH ...


Preserving Summer's Harvest - Canning class

Published May. 11, 2015

Learn how to do Water Bath & Pressure Canning on Tuesday, July 14 from 6:30-8:30pm Both classes are held at the Extension office, located at 3130 East Main Street, Springfield, Ohio 45505. Cost:  Farm Bureau members - $15 and Nonmembers - $20  Participants must pre-pay.  Please RSVP to 1-855-335-1471 toll free....


Polaris Summer Savings

Published May. 11, 2015

'Ride Into Summer' With Savings From Polaris From now through June 30, combine your exclusive Ohio Farm Bureau $200 - $300 discount with great deals on select new 2014 and 2015 Polaris off-road vehicles as part of their Ride into Summer Sales Event. The sale features rebates of up to $1,400 on select new 2014 and 2015 Polaris off-road vehicles. Youth models are excluded, and these offers do not ap...


Summer Farm Tours, June 27

Published Apr. 13, 2015

The Summer Reach Out event takes place June 27 in Miami County.  Registration forms are available at county Farm Bureau offices and is included in this brochure. Registration is also available online. RSVPs are due May 29. TOUR ONE: Grand Lake Saint Mary’s Tour, Brownhaven Dairy Farm, Moeller Brew Barn TOUR TWO STOPS: Meadow View Growers, Buckeye Ag Testing, and Versailles Winery TOUR THREE STOPS:...

College scholarship offered

Published Mar. 24, 2015

The Clark County Farm Bureau is offering a $500 college scholarship.  ELIGIBILITY: An applicant must: 1. Be a resident of Clark County. 2. Be a sophomore status or above. 3. Be a full–time student at the time of application. 4. Be majoring in an agricultural field of study, unless the student or his /her parents are Farm Bureau members.  (If they are Farm Bureau members this restrictive major is w...

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