Farm Bureau Membership Dinner and Landowner-Livestock Issues Date: Tuesday, Jan. 21 Time: 6 p.m. Place: Meadowbrook High School, 58615 Marietta Rd., Byesville, OH Dr. Leah Dorman, D.V.M. will present an update on Livestock Issues Catered dinner by T & J’s. Free meal for paid member and spouse. $10 for non-member or additional meal. RSVP by Jan. 14 to county office at 740-425-3681 or 866-855-...
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Monroe County is included - Landowners in 23 counties with property enrolled in the Current Agricultural Use Valuation Program (CAUV) will once again see a rise in CAUV values, likely increasing what they pay in taxes. Meetings will all begin at 7 pm on Sept 24, Oct 9, Oct 21 and Nov 12. These meetings are FREE for Farm Bureau members to watch, but they must register online. Click here for more i...
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Farm Bureau and Royal Caribbean cruise, Jan 12-18, 2014. Stops include Grand Cayman, Jamaica and Haiti. Information attached. ...
Monroe County Board of Trustees meets the 1st Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at Ackerman's Nationwide Office, Woodsfield. President--Linda Schaefer, Beallsville; Vice President--Pat Hulsey, New Matamoras; Stephen Burkhart, Woodsfield; Aaron Miller, Beallsville; Eric Moore, Jerusalem; Jeff Rich, Beallsville; Dale Riggenbach, Sardis; Donald Riggenbach, Sardis; Stan Roby, Jerusalem; Joseph Urbanek, ...
President Linda Schaefer conducted the Monroe County Farm Bureau annual meeting of members Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013 at Midway Community Center. At this meeting the members voted on proposed policies and selected Trustees for the Board of Trustees as well as Delegates to the Ohio Farm Bureau 2014 Annual Meeting. Policy issues included wildlife concerns, animal welfare, budget, illegal aliens, and ...
The Farm Service Agency has a loan program to assist rural youth to establish and operate income producing agriculture projects. The youth loan program is connected to participation in 4-H or FFA. The project must be planned and operated with the assistance of their advisor and parents. The project must produce sufficient income to repay the loan. The goal of the loan is to provide the youth w...
(Beallsville, Ohio) The Miller family is featured in this month’s issue of Our Ohio magazine for their commitment and dedication to being a quality beef producer. Aaron and Charlene Miller, along with several extended family members, raise Blonde d-Aquitaine beef cattle on their Appalachian farm in Beallsville. Readers will learn about the family’s achievements, what motivates them to work hard an...
Organization Director:Betsy Anderson
Mailing Address:100 Colonel Drive
Barnesville, OH 43713
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