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Horse Show July 18

Published Jul. 13, 2010

The Cuyahoga Farm Bureau Equine Advisory Committee will host the seventh annual benefit horse show July 18 at the Cuyahoga Fairgrounds.  Show starts at 10 a.m.  Spectator admission is free.  Bring a chair and enjoy the show!  For details and registration information, visit www.cuyfb.org...

Come support Ohio Farm Bureau at the Ohio State Fair

Published Jun. 30, 2010

Come support Ohio Farm Bureau at the 2010 Ohio State Fair! You will have the opportunity to work with:    -Kids    -Puppies    -Chicks and Ducklings   -More than 350,000 annual guests that need to hear about Ohio agriculture     -People from many different backgrounds Your time matters!     We need your help to spread the word about Ohio agriculture! What you will get in return:    -Free admittanc...

Vintage Ohio Aug 7-8

Published Jun. 30, 2010

Advance tickets for Vintage Ohio are available to Farm Bureau members at a discounted price. Contact the County Farm Bureau for details....

School year end includes farm animals

Published Jun. 30, 2010

Students at Union Elementary enjoyed farm animals that were included in their year-end activities.   The Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau sponsored the farm animal visit provided by Lake Farmpark....


Published Jun. 28, 2010

Twenty-five local animal control officers attended the first REINS (Regional Equine Information Network) program held at Stearns Homestead and hosted by the Cuyahoga Farm Bureau Equine Advisory Committee.  The REINS program is dedicated to the education of equine enthusiasts and those charged with animal welfare responsibilities throughout the state. Local certified REINS instructor Joe Porach, wh...

Farm Bureau Members tour Cleveland Foodbank

Published May. 3, 2010

Farm Bureau members from Northeast Ohio toured the Cleveland Foodbank and learned the challenges of collection and distribution of food to the 483 member programs they support, including hot meal sites, food pantries, shelters and other community programs that serve six area counties. In 2009 the Cleveland Foodbank distributed a record-breaking 27.3 million pounds of food.  This was enough food fo...

Farm & Garden Day at Garfield Reservation June 5

Published May. 3, 2010

Be sure to stop by the Cuyahoga Farm Bureau tent at FARM AND GARDEN DAY on Saturday, June 5 from 11 am - 4 pm at the Garfield Park Nature Center.  Ohio has a rich history of farmers and gardeners, and the Garfield Park Reservation is a part of that history!  At one time, most of the reservation was farm land. Come experience a day in the life of farm living....


Published May. 3, 2010

(Cleveland, Ohio)  Those who think farming only takes place far beyond the city limits can read the latest issue of Our Ohio magazine.  Vintage Alpacas and Rosby Companies are featured in this month’s issue of the magazine that explores Ohio through the faces and places that connect the state’s past, present and future.   Readers will learn how Vintage Alpacas owner Kim Rassi got started managing ...

Health & Safety Fair held March 11

Published Mar. 12, 2010

Eighty Farm Bureau members attended the health and safety fair hosted by Cuyahoga, Lorain, Erie and Huron County Farm Bureaus March 11. Various health and safety experts presented on hearing loss, food and nutrition, grain bin safety, Nationwide Insurance products, walking for good health, buckle up info, grip strength and reaction time, farm fire safety, hunting safety, trailer weight limits, cha...

From Garden to Table

Published Mar. 9, 2010

The Master Gardeners of Cuyahoga County and OSU Extension are hosting a From Garden to Table seminar on Saturday, April 24, 2010 at the Happy Days Event Center in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.   If you are interested in learning about small space gardening, soil improvements, the tricks to growing tomatoes, and more, visitheir t Web site listed below.  Registraton is required.   ...

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