Each year, Erie County Farm Bureau awards general and ag-related scholarships to graduating seniors and continuing education scholarships to college students. These scholarships were recently awarded to six deserving individuals. Megan McNulty, daughter of Michael & Elaine McNulty of Huron; a 2013 graduate of Huron High School, Daniel Stelzer and Nicholas Stelzer, sons David & Christine S...
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Local Farm Bureau members recently worked with Routh Packing and Toft’s Dairy to hold a Grow & Know event at two local grocery stores. On a Saturday morning volunteers handed out samples of Daisyfield Ham and Toft’s ice cream to promote these local foods that are processed here in Erie County. Volunteers were at both the Castalia Market and Cornell’s Foods in Huron where they promoted local ...
Take a minute and get involved in your organization, the Farm Bureau. Provide us input in our policy development process. Tell us your concern, issue, or challenge in your community or on your farm and give us suggestions on how we might work to resolve it. Our policy development committee will review your responses to be presented at the annual county Farm Bureau meeting in September. Policy hel...
This summer the Ohio Farm Bureau is once again partnering with Ohio FFA to to sponsor the 2013 Ohio Leadership Camp, June 21 - 24, 2013 at Camp Muskingum in Carrollton, Ohio. Erie County Farm Bureau is offering scholarships for youth ages 14 - 17 years to attend and experience this unique and fun time while developing leadership potential. Want more info? Download the information provided or co...
Agricultural nutrient management and water quality is an issue that has been receiving a lot of attention. Recent water quality challenges have placed new expectations on farmers regarding nutrient management. Government, special interest groups, the media and the public expect farmers to help cleanup the state’s water resources. Sign up to attend the online meeting and receive the latest informat...
World renowned animal handling pioneer and subject of an HBO movie about her life, Dr. Temple Grandin, will headline the first ever Animals for Life Summit.The Animals For Life Summit will generate healthy discussion about the many facets of the human-animal bond. Other Summit discussions will highlight aspects of human-animal relationships that include the associations between human health and pe...
Water quality, taxation and energy development topped the policy issues addressed during the 94th annual meeting of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) held November 28-30 in Columbus.A highlight of the event was a speech from Gov. John Kasich, who then took questions from the delegates.During the policy session, delegates addressed the challenges of keeping farm nutrients out of the state’s wa...
Erie County’s Quarry Hill Winery is currently offering Farm Bureau members $2 off any food item at the wine bar. The winery was established in 2005 and offers a variety of estate grown wines and fruit wines. With a distant view of Lake Erie from the vineyard, Quarry Hill offers one of the best views of any winery in Ohio and live entertainment on weekends. Find out more about why it’s a destina...
Over $13 million for conservation in OhioThe U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is accepting applications to help producers improve water and air quality, build healthier soil, improve grazing and forest lands, conserve energy, enhance organic operations, and achieve other environmental benefits.NRCS has directed over $13 million in financial assi...
Erie County elected officials, representatives of government agencies, county commodity groups, and other organizations have been invited to discuss their concerns with the Erie County Farm Bureau at a policy development resource meeting to be held Monday, July 23, 8:30 a.m. at Great Wolf Lodge- Northwest Territory Room, 4600 Milan Road (Route 250), Sandusky. Breakfast will be served at 8:30 am b...
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