This year, the Harrison County Farm Bureau created animal care and agriculture fact signs that were randomly placed on the fairgrounds. The purpose of the signs were to educate the public on the important role agriculture plays in the daily lives of Ohio's consumers. Animal care signs let fairgoers know that farmers do the right things for the right reasons. They take care of their animals. Eve...
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Brent Price from Harrison County was awarded a $2,500 reward for reporting suspicious activity which led to the arrest and conviction of persons who robbed the Scio Feed Store. The $2,500 Reward Program is available to all Ohio Farm Bureau members and is a valuable property protection program....
Congratulations to Harrison County on acheiving membership gain! The county membership volunteers won a steak dinner prepared by State Trustee Kim Davis and Organization Director Michele Specht....
Jayne, Susan and Samantha Wallace as well as Dale Arbaugh attneded the annual Ag Day at the Capitol where they met with State Sen. Jason Wilson and State Rep. Allan Sayre....
Wendy Chrisman was named the winner of the OFBF Discussion Meet. Wendy represented Harrison County and Ohio at the national competition in San Antonio, Texas at the AFBF Annual Meeting. Wendy made it into the Sweet 16 round and made Ohio proud....
In the fall of 2008, Carroll, Harrison, Jefferson and Tuscarawas counties implemented a four county leadership program. There are seventeen participants from the four counties. Representing Harrison County are Don Jones and Michael Hauber. The highlight for this class will be the trip to Washington D.C. in Septamber and graduation....
Organization Director:Michele Specht
Mailing Address:103 W Main St., P.O. Box 534
Scio, OH 43988
Office Hours:Tuesday and Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dues:$65 per year for a family membership
- Working cooperatively on local issues
- Leadership development, networking, social gatherings
- Special savings from local businesses