Ever thought about purchasing meat from a local farmer? Or are you just looking for some guidance in buying local fruits, vegetables and meats? Come join us for four nights of fun, cooking, eating and education about local foods. Darke County Farm Bureau is offering a four-part cooking series to answer all your questions! July 10 - Kitchen Aid Experience, featuring chicken July 17 - KitchenAid Exp...
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The Darke County Farm Bureau Scholarship of $500 is available for a college student of sophomore status or above. To be eligible for consideration, the applicant must be a full-time student, majoring in an agricultural related area and a resident or high school graduate of Darke County. Applicants will be judged on the following criteria: Financial Need 20 percent - Scholastic 30 percent - Commun...
All Darke County Farm Bureau women are invited to the annual Women's Tour, a partnership with Miami County. Please join us June 12 at 10 a.m. at the Anderson's ethanol plant in Greenville for a tour of the facility. Afterward, we will have lunch at the Bistro off Broadway in Greenville. Please RSVP to the office by May 24 by calling 855-335-1471....
In celebration of Historic Preservation Month, historic sites Bear's Mill with Staley Mill Farm and Indian Creek Distillery will initiate an innovative new fund-raising event on Saturday, May 4 and Saturday, May 18. “Mills and Stills” will feature informational tours of both sites plus food and music; additionally, the Gallery at Bear's Mill will be exhibiting watercolors of Staley Mill Farm creat...
Each year, for your benefit, OFBF sponsors educational programs dealing with safety in the agriculture workplace. These programs are important for all Farm Bureau members and workers compensation employers in the program - large and small. This year, Ohio Farm Bureau is proud to announce our 17th year of involvement in the Workers' Compensation Group Rating Program. This program is estimated to ...
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 29t...
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 flier for details!...
You put everything you have into your farm -- it's part of who you are. So if you want a say in what happens to it when you are gone, it's important to have a transition in place. Without one, state laws will dictate what happens to your farm. which can lead to unncecessary stress, delays and expenses on your family. Our speakers will walk through the process of assuring your farm's long term suc...
We would like to invite you to join us for our Membership Kick-off. We need your help to ensure that those in agriculture will continue to hae a place at the table in the future, whether that be at the State House or here in Darke County. In order to ensure that we have a strong organization we need help from you to sign up your friends and neighbors as Farm Bureau Members. Please join us: January...
Those interested in learning about the history and method of flour production at Bear’s Mill in Greenville should read the latest issue of Our Ohio magazine. This month’s issue features Farm Bureau members Julie and Terry Clark who currently operate the mill which they purchased in 1979. “We were young, ambitious and looking for something interesting to do,” said Julie looking back on their decisi...
Organization Director:Mandy Havenar
Mailing Address:1554 McKaig Ave Bldg B
Troy, OH 45373
Office Hours:Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Dues:$60 per year for a family membership
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- Leadership development, networking, social gatherings
- Special savings from local businesses