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Health & Safety Fair March 11

Published Feb. 8, 2010

Farm Bureau members are welcome to attend a Health and Safety Fair at the Lorain County Joint Vocationl School at 15181 State Route 58, Oberlin on Thursday March 11.   This health and safety fair is provided as a courtesy to Farm Bureau members and fulfills the Workers Compensation Group Rating program requirement....

Used Tack Sale - February 13

Published Feb. 4, 2010

Stop in at the 7th annual USED TACK SALE at the Cuyahoga Fairgrounds on Saturday, Feb. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.   Lots of great stuff for you and your horse!  Hosted by the Cuyahoga Equine Advisory Committee. Table space almost sold out!!  Call 440.877.0706 or visit www.cuyfb.org for additional details....

SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERED FOR AG-RELATED STUDIES

Published Feb. 4, 2010

The Betty Hansen Memorial Scholarship is offered to those pursuing a career in an agriculture-related field of study. For details and additional information, contact the Farm Bureau office at 440.877.0706 or visit www.cuyfb.org...

COUNTY MEMBERSHIP KICKOFF - Preserve and Protect Ohio Agriculture

Published Feb. 4, 2010

Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau will kickoff its 2010 Winter Membership Campaign with a rally on Monday, Feb. 15. To learn more about this event or to participate in the membership campaign please contact the county office: 440.877.0706...

FARM BUREAU MEMBER BUSINESS ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITY

Published Feb. 4, 2010

We are preparing our 2010 Cuyahoga Farm Bureaus Member Benefits Brochure.  This brochure lists businesses that are Farm Bureau members and offers a discount to fellow Farm Bureau members.  The brochure is put together by the Farm Bureau office and is then distributed to the entire Cuyahoga membership, reaching over 22,000 Farm Bureau families.   You can advertise in the brochure as long as you are...

NUFM

Published Dec. 23, 2009

The North Union Farmers Market will host its annual "A Time To Grow" Conference Monday, Jan. 18, 2010 at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens.  Guest Speaker, Ed King, the director of Small Business Services at Wayne State University will present on "growing your business from the ground up" and how to take your farm business to the next level. For details and registration, please call the NUFM office ...

Jolly Ranchers Christmas caroling

Published Dec. 21, 2009

In December the Jolly Ranchers Farm Bureau Youth Group entertained a North Royalton senior group with Christmas carols as part of a community service project....

Cleveland Food Bank benefits from donations collected at Fabulous Food Show

Published Nov. 20, 2009

Farm Bureau volunteers requested donations from visitors to the Fabulous Food Show in exhange for a reusable Farm Bureau grocery bag.  Over $1200 was collected to be donated to the Cleveland Food Bank as part of our local Farmers Feed Our Needs campaign. To learn more about Farmers Feed Our Needs visit http://ourohio.org/index.php?page=farmers-feed-our-needs...

Carrot Harvest Underway

Published Nov. 20, 2009

Tom O'Neill, a Fulton County farmer, is harvesting 10 acres of carrots to be donated to various Ohio food banks. Orders have been requested for over 200,000 pounds of carrots from 12 Second Harvest food banks across the state. On Thursday, November 19th, the Cleveland Food Bank received the first shipment of 40,000 pounds of carrots, to be distributed just in time for the holidays.  The Cuyahoga C...

Tack auction great fun, good deals

Published Nov. 18, 2009

The Sixth Annual Tack Auction held Nov. 14 sponsored by the Farm Bureau Equine Advisory Committee provided horse enthusiasts with some great deals and an enjoyable afternoon.  ...

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County Information

Organization Director:
Anita Cook

Mailing Address:
8460 Ridge Road
North Royalton, OH 44133

Phone:
440-877-0706

Fax:
440-877-0750

Email:
cuyahoga@ofbf.org

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 9 am to 4 pm

Dues:
$55 per year for a family membership

  • Member Benefits

  • Working cooperatively on local issues
  • Leadership development, networking, social gatherings
  • Special savings from local businesses
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