Date: Jan. 30-31, 2015 Location: Renaissance Hotel, Downtown Columbus Cost: $200 per couple and $150 per individual- SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE- CALL THE OFFICE FOR DETAILS BEFORE THE DEC. 19TH DEADLINE. Deadline for registration: Dec. 19, 2014 Speakers: Friday night the Peterson Brothers are entertaining the group and Saturday we have Mike Pearson from Market Watch at RFDTV as the keynote speaker. ...
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Youth Leadership Conferences and Events Ohio Farm Bureau believes in providing youth opportunities to grow in areas of leadership, teamwork and personal development. Youth leadership development is a key component of Ohio Farm Bureau. Capital Challenge Ohio Youth Capital Challenge is an exciting program for 4-H, FFA and Farm Bureau with a primary goal of increasing youth citizenship knowledge and ...
LOU SCHINDLER Lou has been a Farm Bureau member for 21+ years and has served as past president for two (2) terms.He raises cattle, poultry and swine on his farm and when he has free time he likes to spend it with his family. He has four children who are all in college. He has been instrumental in promoting agriculture awareness in school units and the Horticultural Society. He now works for the Mo...
Land as your Legacy event Tuesday, Dec 2nd 6-9pm - Colerain Community Center, 4300 Springdale Rd Cincinnati Oh 45251. See attached flier for details....
Agricultual Education Day - Volunteers are needed to assist with our annual school program, Agricultural Education Day. Ten stations will be created where students will learn about grains and vegetable production, animals, wool and fiber, honey and syrup, soils science, recycling and so much more. This field trip for local 3rd and 4th graders is courtesy of a generous grant from the Hamilton Count...
Join us for this annual member event at Strickers Grove Aug. 21 from 6pm-10pm. Enjoy FREE rides, putt-putt, sno-cones and cotton candy, plus free ice cream until 8 p.m.! • Additional food/dinner items will be available for purchase, or guests are welcome to bring a cooler with their own picnic dinner and non–alcoholic drinks. • NEW this year - Bessie, the “milking cow”... try your hand at milking ...
Hamilton County Farm Bureau and Hamilton County Soil and Water Conservation District Joint Annual Meeting Hamilton County Farm Bureau will be hosting their Annual Meeting with the HC Soil and Water District. Candidates Reception will start at 6 PM and dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. Members who are paid voting members will have the opportunity to approve local, state and federal policies and v...
Hamilton County Farm Bureau cordially invites you and your family/guest to attend: “On the Farm” tours, Friday, July 25, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Schedule of Events 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Start time and location of first tour Heyob’s Grain Farm (1,100 acres) Hosts: Dennis and Karen Heyob and Mike and Ellen Heyob 7820 New Haven Road, Harrison, Ohio 45030 (513-236-5160) Heyob’s Grain Farm educational pro...
With the support of Hamilton County Farm Bureau, Joe Conrad of Nationwide Insurance, and Sacramento, California's Bonnie Reed, Underwriting Manager, Farm Department Nationwide Agribusiness; HC-OHC has organized another terrific equine presentation meeting for you! If you are involved with horses, own a horse, or manage a stable you will not want to miss this one! "A Look at All the Bad Thi...
Dennis Heyob on Great Parks Foundation Website Farm Bureau awarding Great Parks of Hamilton County $1,500 grant money for horse trails project - Dennis Heyob (Right), Hamilton County Farm Bureau President with Jack Sutton, Executive Director of Great Parks. Great Parks Contributors Hamilton County Farm Bureau and Ohio Farm Bureau listed at $1,000-$4,999 level for monies granted to the develop...
Organization Director:Christy Montoya
Mailing Address:117 E. Walnut St. Suite A
Farmersville, OH 45325
Office Hours:Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dues:$56 per year for a family membership
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