Clark County Farm Bureau would like to invite you to our annual Ice Cream Social July 21 at 6 p.m. We will be serving Young's ice cream. Please join us for information about member benefits!...
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Ed Cross, long time Farm Bureau member, highly respected agriculture business owner and agronomist, has recently been named to sit on the new Global Impact STEM school boad in Springfield, Ohio. Cross comes from a commercial vegetable, grain,and livestock farm and currently owns his own business meeting agronomic needs of farmers. Through his own experienes, he has a working knowledge of what is ...
Farm Bureau would like to invite those ages 18-35 to our first Four County Young Ag Professionals Summer Mini Conference. The event will be held at Poor Farmers Campgrounds in Fletcher, Ohio July 13 from 3:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.. Sessions include: Nutrient Management and Starting your Farm. Networking, dinner and entertainment will be provided. Cost is $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. Register by...
Ohio Farm Bureau’s Young Agricultural Professionals is hosting a Farm Tour Summer Reach Out. This family event will start at Deer Creek State Park and you will have the option to go on one of three tours. Please check the attached brochure for specific information for each tour. Two of the tours will bus you to different locations around central ohio where you can get a behind-the-scenes view of a...
Clark County will be home to the first of its kind industry-focused Global Impact STEM Academy opening August 21, 2013 at the Clark State Community College Campus in Springfield. This academy, proposed by Sen. Chris Widener, is the first industry-focused regional science, technology, engineering and math school in the state. Josh Jennings, a local farmer-turned-educator and active Clark County ...
Learn how cover crops can improve yields, reduce soil compaction and improve soil health all while fitting into a crop rotation. NRCS will also present information about potential program incentives availability through their agency. The cost of the workshop is $5.00 and includes a buffet style breakfast. RSVP to Farm Bureau at 855-335-1471. Last day to register is March 5! Workshop is March 12, 8...
Saturday, March 2, Speaker John Boehner is hosting the annual 8th Congressional District Farm Forum at Edison Community College, 1973 Edison Drive, Piqua, OH, 45356 from 9:30 a.m. to approximately 1 p.m. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. with coffee, juice, and breakfast sandwiches. Lunch will also be provided for those in attendance. The keynote speaker will be Ed Schafer, who served as the 2...
Important conversations about how our food is produced are taking place, and farmers need to be a part of those conversations. Understanding what consumers want and allowing them to learn more about food production will build trust and confidence in food, farming and agriculture. Join us for a Conversation with EASE training program on March 26 at 7 p.m. See flyer for details!...
We would like to invite you to our Membership Kick-off and Oil & Gas Leasing Issues Briefing. In order to continue to offer such programs as the Oil & Gas Leasing Issues Briefing we need your help to sign new Farm Bureau members. This is the time of year we start our Membership Campaign and would like your help to ensure that Farm Bureau stays viable in the future. Following the kick-off, ...
Clark County Annual Meeting will be Sept. 11 at Locust Hill Golf Course in Springfield. The event will start with a Candidates Reception in which candidates for local offices will be on hand. Dinner will start at 6:30 p.m. to be followed by the meeting. Tickets will be $10 a person. Entertainment for the night will be local comedian Dan Dean who has entertained at the Funny Bone. Call the office f...
Organization Director:Mandy Havenar
Mailing Address:1554 McKaig Ave. Building B
Troy, OH 45373
Office Hours:Monday - Thursday 8:30 to 4:30
Dues:$80 per year for a family membership
- Working cooperatively on local issues
- Leadership development, networking, social gatherings
- Special savings from local businesses