Membership campaign co-chairmen Fred and Gail Holzman and Gayle Hansen challenge every Farm Bureau member to sign one new Farm Bureau member during the 2014 45-day volunteer campaign kicking off Jan. 30, 2014. "If we get lots of volunteers involved in the campaign, we will wrap up this campaign even quicker than 45 days," said Fred Holzman at the county Farm Bureau January board meeting. "Members...
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Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau is a proud sponsor of the North Union Farmers Market (NUFM) annual farmers' market conference A Time to Grow. The event, to be held on Martin Luther King Day - Jan. 20, 2014, is open to farmers and vendors across Ohio. This workshop will provide practical knowledge about how to promote food safety beginning before planting and continuing through harvest and delivery t...
Hundreds of horse enthusiasts will be making plans to attend the Cuyahoga FB Equine Community Council USED TACK SALE Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Cuyahoga Fairgrounds Home & Hobby Building. Pre-registration for a table or floor space is required. Cost for Farm Bureau members - first table or floor space is FREE. Cost for non-Farm Bureau members - first table or floo...
Sparky Weilnau of Milan has been re-elected first vice president of Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF), the second highest elected office in the state’s largest and most influential farm organization. He serves on OFBF’s board of trustees for District 3, representing members from Cuyahoga, Erie, Huron and Lorain counties. Weilnau produces popcorn, field corn, soybeans and wheat. He is a 37-year ...
Cuyahoga Farm Bureau delegates David Peth, Gayle Hansen and Kim Rassi-Gollin will participate with more than 800 members and guests at the 95th annual meeting of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF), Dec. 4 - 6 at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus. Delegates from across the state representing every county farm bureau will establish the organization’s policy for the coming year and discuss a new mode...
Fred and Gail Holzman of North Royalton will team up with Gayle Hansen of Olmsted Falls to plan the the 2014 membership campaign for the Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau. "Our plans will include a short, productive volunteer campaign, with the goal to sign up new members who are involved in agriculture in our county or in an ag-related job," Gayle Hansen said. All current Farm Bureau members are encour...
Young Agriculture Professional (YAP) Michelle Heinz participated in the YAP D.C. trip representing Cuyahoga County Farm Bureau. Michelle shared that experience with us: The YAP D.C. trip was a three day campaign for the Young Agricultural Professionals group. 35 individuals from across the state represented their counties and the needs of farmers and agricultural enthusiasts around them in the na...
If you aren't riding, you might want to be watching... as 150 horses and riders plus carriages and wagons converge on downtown Cleveland on Saturday, September 14, 2013 for a fundraising ride for the Cleveland Mounted Police Unit (CMPU). The best viewing area for the ride will be along Lakeside from East 9th to West 3rd and at Public Square. The ride starts at 10:00 a.m. from the Cleveland Munic...
Again this year, the Cuyahoga and Lorain County Farm Bureaus are providing a charter bus to the Farm Science Review on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013. The bus ride and admission is only $20 per person. Details and registration on the attached flyer. Farm Science Review has something for everyone - we hope you will join us. ...
Again this year, the Cuyahoga Farm Bureau Equine Advisory Committee will assist with the Cleveland Mounted Police Unit fundraiser Sept.14, 2013. Join in the fun even if you don't ride; make plans to come downtown for a "tail-gate" party following the march. ...
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Mailing Address:8460 Ridge Road
North Royalton, OH 44133
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