STRICKERS GROVE FOOD DRIVE WAS A GREAT SUCCESS! Our FARMERS FEED OUR NEEDS food donation drive at Strickers Grove was a great success. More than 2000 attended and brought canned food. More than 2 tons was received and donated to local food pantries. Thank you Hamilton and Butler County Farm Bureau members for your donations toward this effort. ...
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Hamilton County Farm Bureau would like to thank Elmer Grosser and Dave Hummeldorf for serving with distinction on the Hamilton County Farm Bureau Board of Trustees. Join us in recognizing them for their outstanding service to theag community. ...
Please join us in welcoming the following continuing and new Hamilton County Farm Bureau board members. Bob Beckman - He was a 4-H kid and grew up on a farm. Has been in the Ag community his whole life. He now owns his own business "Beckman Construction". He builds Ag buildings and aircraft hangers and is a pilot. He also owns an upholstery business.He is a father to 2 children. Tim Dic...
This year’s Hamilton County Annual Meeting was held September 16 at the Mill Race Banquet Center in Cincinnati. It was a huge success. Everyone enjoyed a delicious meal, met new friends and saw others not seen for a while. President Dennis Heyob welcomed all attendees. Lou Schindler gave the invocation before dinner. President Dennis Heyob called the meeting to order and the followin...
The Hamilton County Natural Resource Assistance Council is pleased to announce that it will be accepting applications for Round 8 of the Clean Ohio Fund – Green Space Conservation Program grant funding. The Clean Ohio Green Space Conservation Program provides grants for up to 75% of the estimated eligible costs for projects that meet the following project criteria: Open Space - Open space acquisit...
Through matching funds provided by Great Parks of Hamilton County and numerous partners providing financial support, multiple new sections of horse trail were built this summer at Miami Whitewater Forest with plans underway for more horse trail construction next year.Over 6,973 linear feet (1.32 miles) of new horse trail were built this summer in Miami Whitewater Forest by trail designer and build...
The role Ohio’s agriculture community plays in meeting customer expectations for social responsibility, building consumer trust and planning for the future will lead the discussion at the 2013 Ohio Livestock Coalition (OLC) Annual Meeting and Industry Symposium. The meeting will be held Sept. 6 at the Conference Center at Northpointe in Lewis Center, Ohio, off Route 23 just north of 270....
A night of food, fun and Farm Bureau Join us for the Hamilton County Annual Meeting Sept. 16 | Dinner at 6:30 pm You are officially invited to the Hamilton County Annual Meeting. If you have never been to the Annual Meeting we encourage you to join us this year and learn more about what our organization is doing in the county. All Farm Bureau members are welcome and the cost is only $10 ...
The recent amount of rainfall makes the Farm Bureau well aware of how much our members rely upon good drainage and how frustrating it can be when that drainage is not operating properly. Drainage and water issues are typically governed by case law. Ohio case law follows the reasonable use rule, which means that a landowner may make a reasonable use of their land even though the flow of water c...
Do you have a question about your horse’s health? Ever wonder why your horse does what he does? Want to hear what questions your fellow horsemen have? Monday, Aug. 19, 2013 at 7 p.m. Great Parks of Hamilton County Miami Whitewater Forest – Wooded Horse Trail Shelter Harrison, OH 45030 Speaker: Dr. Michael Frederick, DVM Miamitown Pet Hospital Directions: South on Timberlake Drive off of West ...
Organization Director:Christy Montoya
Mailing Address:117 E. Walnut St. Suite A
Farmersville, OH 45325
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