Most farmers I know are workaholics. Of course anyone who works for themselves really has to be. When you are self-employed, everything and there’s no two ways about it---everything--- depends on you getting the job done no matter what it takes to do it. But I think every one of our lives needs balance. Yes, the beans have to be combined, the hay has to be baled and the cows have to be milked. Yo...
- Van Wert
Farm Bureau, West Orchards, PNC Bank, Classic Ford, Farm Credit and WKKY present ‘Farmers Feed Our Needs’ With fluctuating food prices, an unsteady economy and the major holiday season just around the corner, Lake County Farm Bureau, West Orchards of Perry, Classic Ford in Madison, Farm Credit, PNC Bank and WKKY104.7FM will be hosting the sixth annual Farmers Feed Our Needs food drive. The char...
Are you so tired of canning and freezing vegetables that you’re ready to scream? Do you have nightmares about someone leaving a huge pile of peppers on your back porch or you’re seeing ears of corn in your dreams? Well, you’re not alone. Here in Northeastern Ohio we’ve had a pretty good year for nearly everything except tomatoes. Several people have said that there just was not enough sun to mak...
Lake County Farm Bureau members are invited to attend the 2014 Lake County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting. The purpose of this meeting will be to highlight the activities of the past year, and to lay the ground work for our programs in 2015. Active farmer members will have the responsibility of voting on proposedpolicies, as well as electing county board members and delegates to the 2015 Ohio Fa...
Summer is going fast! That means it’s time to pack up the kids, the dog, the tent and go camping. Most farmers I know think that they get enough time enjoying the great outdoors while working in the fields every day. So they really aren’t all that excited about camping when they have some rare time off. But that’s not true of our city cousins. A friend spent nearly a month getting ready for her fa...
It’s the time of year for reunions---whether it’s your 25th or 50th high school class reunion or a family reunion, they are a very important part of your life. Your school reunion is a group of people you only spent about 12 years with but became very close due to the daily contact. Here in Ashtabula County, most of our classes are the perfect size. My mother-in-law graduated from a very large You...
Details about the Farm Bill have been long anticipated by the agricultural community. In an effort to keep our members informed, Ohio Farm Bureau is partnering with Farm Credit, OSU Extension and the Farm Service Agency to conduct three Farm Bill briefings around the state and then one final briefing at the Farm Science Review. The presentations will include information on the new commodity progr...
Lake County Farm Park, Kirtland, OH, United States (map). Enjoy wine tasting, music and a variety of food vendors, presented by Ohio Wine Producers Association. Visit with county Farm Bureau member volunteers to learn more about local farmers and Ohio agriculture. Contact the county Farm Bureau for a member code to take advantage of a special discount on pre-sale tickets at visitvintageohio.com. ...
It’s July and how is your garden doing? Normally at this time of year most people are complaining about having to water their gardens, but the folks I’ve been talking to lately say theirs are under water. Have we even had a “normal” year recently? This annual ritual of planting a garden is proof that deep inside we are all farmers. We are trying to connect with our past when our survival depended ...
Lake County Farm Bureau is holding its annual Ice Cream Social/Picnic Monday, July 14, 2014, at Lake County Metroparks,11211 Spear Rd., Concord (Woods Nature Center) at 6 p.m. Everyone is asked to bring a dish to share; grilled hot dogs will be provided. RSVP to the Farm Bureau office at 800-410-4613, by July 7. Mark your calendar and plan to join us!...
Organization Director:Ty Kellogg
Mailing Address:8220 State Rt. 45 Ste B
Orwell, OH 44076
Office Hours:Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Dues:$60 per year for a family membership
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