Preventative Measures While working with farmers, ranchers and agribusinesses for over 100 years, Nationwide is taking a stand to increase awarenessof the dangers and risks of navigating large farm equipment on rural roads. Central to this effort is ruralroadsafety.com, a new website dedicated to providing case studies, tools and other resources to assist America’s hardworking farmers in making ba...
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Annual County Presidents Trip to Washington, D.C. to meet with our Congressmen and Senators was March 18-20. Briefings were held with U.S. EPA, AFBF and a session at the Japanese or New Zealand Embassy. Attending: from Belmont County, Andy Barricklow, President; from Guernsey County, Milt Durben, President; from Monroe County, Dennis Ward, Vice President; from Washington County, Allen Clark, Pres...
Land Trust/Conservancy Easement Informational Meeting to be held Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 7 p.m. Rich Sidwell, Captina Conservancy and Kendrick Chittock, Western Reserve Conservancy will be presenting.The meeting will be held at the Mid East Career Center, 57090 Vocational Road,Senecaville, Ohio. Learn what a Land Trust is and how you can participate in preserving your land for future generation...
Oil & Gas Safety Seminar to be held Monday, April 20, 2015, 7 p.m. Presenters will be Dale Arnold, OFBF and Charles Dixon, Director of Safety Training, Ohio Oil & Gas Energy Education Program.Seminar will be held at the Mid East Career Center, 57090 Vocational Rd., Senecaville, Ohio.Learn how to respond and who’s watching over the safety aspect of our oil & gas areas.This informative p...
15 NEW members between now and March 30, will earn your county $290!!! All additional Individual Prizes are still available as well! 4 Wheeler Tickets (until March 30th), Farm Signs, Jackets, etc. The new goal for each county is 15 new members. Because there is $25,000 still left in the incentive fund, each county can earn $290 ($25,000 divided by 86 county Farm Bureaus). New members must be s...
NEW Deadline is March 30, 2015. Have you earned your ticket or tickets yet for the 2015 Polaris ETX 4 Wheeler Drawing??? There’s still time to Sign Up a Farm Bureau member and get entered into the drawing!!! For every member you sign, new or renewal, you will earn a ticket for the drawing. There are lots of prospective members yet to be asked to join Farm Bureau! Ask today!! For more informat...
Each year, for your benefit, the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation sponsors educational programs dealing with safety in the agriculture workplace. These programs are important for all Farm Bureau members and workers’ compensation employers in the program – large and small. One very important aspect of reducing Workers’ Compensation premiums, and to protect our Farm Bureau members, is to reduce the ...
The Monroe County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce their 2015 scholarship applications are now available. Applicant’s parent or guardian must be a current paid Monroe County Farm Bureau member for the Wilma Christman and the Charles Alleman scholarships. The Paul Hinderlong scholarship is open to anyone in Monroe County. The 3 scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $500.00 each. Scholarsh...
Area Farm Bureau Leaders recently attended the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s annual Ag Day at the Capitol and met with their legislators. Attending from Monroe County were Jeff Rich and Dan Greenlee who met with State Representative Jack Cera and Senator Lou Gentile. ...
A regional Farm Bureau cabinet meeting was recently held at Senecaville. The meeting started with dinner followed by the program. This was an opportunity for Farm Bureau leaders to broaden their leadership skills, learn and gather new ideas and interact with other county leaders....
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