How Did That Get in My Lunchbox?: The Story of Food has been named the recipient of the 2012 Ohio Farm Bureau Award for Children’s Literature.The book connects children to the food in their lunchboxes by showing the effort and skill neede...d to produce foods such as bread, cheese, apple juice and chocolate chip cookies. This brightly illustrated book is written for ages 5-8 reading level and grad...
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Buying local is a fast moving trend across the United States, but no other industry has experienced the benefits of this recent movement more than agriculture. Within Ohio, countless roadside stands, farmers markets, wineries, garden centers and U-pick locations all face strong competition from larger operations, but they have a big advantage by providing some of the freshest fruits and vegetables...
Please remember to post your $2500 Reward Signs. If you are in need of one, they are available and FREE at your local county office....
The Hardin County Sheriff’s Office and the Hardin County Farm Bureau have partnered to promote the Ohio Farm Bureau’s $2,500 Reward Program. The Reward Program was created over 40 years ago to aid in the apprehension and conviction of individuals who have committed serious crimes against Farm Bureau members. “Farm Bureau is thrilled to have the support of the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office,” said ...
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