Whatís Soy Doing for You? The Ohio Soybean Council and soybean checkoff will be hosting regional meetings in January for farmers and industry stakeholders across the state.† The Whatís Soy Doing for You meetings will offer an update on soybean checkoff programs and initiatives, as well as regional issues that affect agriculture.Each meeting will include a keynote speaker about a local agricultural...
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Fairfield County Farm Bureau is hosting an Oil and Gas† Leasing† Meeting. This meeting is sponsored by the Fairfield, Pickaway and Ross County Farm bureaus. The briefing will be held at the Pickaway-Ross Career and Technology Center on February 7th at 7:00 PM. The prgram will be facilitated by Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Energy Service, Dale Arnold. During the course of this meeting, Arnold will ...
Visit UNO Chicago Grill restaurants in Pickerington (1720 Hill Road) and Dublin (5930 Britton Parkway, Tuttle Crossing) Dec. 16 through 18 to help the Animals for Life Foundation a raise a little dough. Both restaurants will give up to 20 percent of your receipt to support the Foundation. Please print the certificate and give it to your server. Certificates are also available on the Foundationís w...
Fairfield County Farm Bureau sent four members to the Ohio Farm Bureau Annual Meeting on November 30- December 2. These four members made up part of the delegates that discussed issues and code as well as voted on the new policies for this fiscal year. Their efforts will lead the Ohio Farm Bureau into new decisions this coming year to help members all over the state!...
Want to get the most out of your business Facebook page? Let Farm Bureau help you increase your productivity in Social Media while enjoying lunch and meeting new Agriculture Business professionals. Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Hocking, Madison, Perry, Pickaway, Ross and Union Counties are providing you with a great opportunity to get involved, learn a lot and meet great people! Dan Toland of Ohi...
Have you been able to keep up with what the Fairfield County Farm Bureau is doing? If not you should visit our Facebook page. Just go to our page through the link below and LIKE us. We will keep you updated on all the meetings, events and activities going on! facebook.com/FairfieldCountyFB If you would like us to put other things on our webpage or Facebook page, let us know! We want to keep you i...
http://www.buckeyelakebeacon.net/news/2011-10-08/News/Baltimore_Thurston_working_out_water_supply_disput.html † Fairfield County Farm Bureau worked with Ohio Farm Bureau staff to bring these two communities back together. All of the hard work put into this issue is finally paying off!...
By GRETCHEN GREGORY Logan Daily News Reporter firstname.lastname@example.org Reprinted with permission † Get a taste of Americana this weekend at the Hocking CountyFairgrounds, as the third annual Ag Days celebration, presented by theHocking, Fairfield, and Perry County Farm Bureaus, gets underway. Antique tractors, steam engines, threshing machines, and the art of woodcarvers and blacksmiths all will be...
Fairfield & Pickaway County business and community leaders, as well as interested residents are invited to attend a special Oil & Gas Leasing Issues Briefing, sponsored by the Pickaway County Farm Bureau and the Fairfield County Farm Bureau. The briefing will be held at Ohio Christian University in the Science & Logistics Center in Circleville, Ohio on Tuesday, March 1, 2011 at 6:30 pm...
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