The farmer was driving a tractor with a cultivator that extended about five feet across the center line of a rural, two-lane bridge. The biker was driving in the opposite lane and didnít see the cultivator. He drove directly into its path ó killing the rider instantly. While this may seem like a rare situation, the National Safety Council estimates 15,000 collisions involving farm vehicles occur ...
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Learn about soil health, seasonal high tunnels, drip irrigation and resources available for urban farmers at a workshop scheduled on Saturday, April 18, 2015 starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Cleveland Thurgood Marshall Recreation Center, 8611 Hough Avenue, Cleveland.† Experts will talk on soil health, good agriculture practices and provide tips on how to promote your farm and farm product using social...
Female farmers in Medina, Cuyahoga, and surrounding counties are invited to attend a series of workshops called Annie's Project, a program designed to strengthen women's roles in modern farm enterprises, help them network with other farm women, and learn how to manage, market, and grow their businesses. Annie's Project focuses on five broad aspects of farm risk management typical in an agricultura...
In celebration of National Agriculture Day on March 20, the Cuyahoga Farm Bureau is giving away award winning elementary level books that depict a variety of aspects of agriculture and farming to second, third and fourth grade teachers in schools in Cuyahoga County. A selection of four books are available; Sugarbush Spring, The Guardian Team, Extra Cheese, Please!, and this year's award winner, Th...
APPLY BY MARCH 20, 2015 † The U.S. Department of Agricultureís Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will again offer the opportunity for produce growers in the Greater Cleveland area to apply for financial and technical assistance for seasonal high tunnels, commonly referred to as hoop houses. With assistance from NRCS, urban and rural area farmers have already established numerous hoop h...
Ohio State University Extension has set up dozens of fertilizer certification classes and combination fertilizer/pesticide application classes for farmers. To help farmers make the best use of their time, Extension is offering many fertilizer certification classes in conjunction with pesticide recertification classes. The classes can be found by clicking on the nine regions listed on the fertilize...
Farmtastic AgVentures 2014-15, a series of six Google Hangouts bringing agriculture to 4th & 5th grade classrooms, connecting Ohio farmers, food producers and other agriculture-related individuals is organized and ready for your classroom's participation. Farmtastic AgVentures includes a AgMag for each student in the classroom that relates to the topic to be presented according to the AgVentur...
Gayle Hansen, Membership Chairman for the Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau, has planned a series of membership campaign mini-kickoffs so everyone interested in signing new members for the Farm Bureau organization has the opportunity to participate.†† "I wanted to be inclusive and engage more people in the campaign.† The saying goes 'many hands make for light work' and I know we can get the job done if ...
OSU Extension in Northeast Ohio will be collaborating with local Farm Service Agency offices to offer meetings to discuss the crop side of the 2014 Farm Bill.† The 2014 Farm Bill has instituted major changes to the federal farm programs which require landowners and farmers to make a couple major decisions during the winter of 2015.† Landowners need to decide whether or not to update their property...
The 12th Annual Used Tack Sale will be held on† Sunday, March 1, 2015 at the Cuyahoga Fairgrounds Home and Hobby Building (bldg#29) from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.†† Pre-registration for table or floor space is required.† Registration form is provided. Food and beverage will be available for sale by Angels Haven Horse Rescue. Over 400 people attended last year's used tack sale... it was a great to ti...
Organization Director:Anita Cook
Mailing Address:8460 Ridge Road
North Royalton, OH 44133
Office Hours:Monday - Friday 9 am to 4 pm
Dues:$70 per year for a family membership
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