Young Agricultural Professionals Leadership Experience is an opportunity to build personal and professional skills, network with agricultural leaders, and learn to make a difference in your community, Farm Bureau and agriculture. We have an agenda with 13 workshops for you to choose from with topics covering all aspects of the agricultural industry. Join Ohio Farm Bureau Young Ag Professionals for...
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Will you be one of 40 youth chosen to attend Capitol Challenge? Good community citizenship is one of the values that makes FFA, 4-H, and Farm Bureau such great programs. The three organizations are partnering to bring Ohio Youth Capitol Challenge to you. Here is your chance to get involved and have a hands-on experience that will help you make your community a better place! Who can apply? · App...
Interested in permanently protecting your farm so that you and future generations can keep farming? If so, Three Valley Conservation Trust will present the Who, What, Where, and How of the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Office of Farmland Preservation Local Agricultural Easement Purchase Program (LAEPP) on Dec. 12 at 7 pm at the Preble County Educational Service Center, located at 597 Hillcrest ...
Latham Farley- I was born and raised in Mississippi, graduated from Mississippi State University with a degree in Biology. Was looking for a job and found a temporary one in Lexington, KY working on a horse farm. Found a more permanent one with OSU Extension as an Ag Agent and later started with FSA. I am currently County Executive Director for FSA in Shelby County. Also, my wife and I are on ...
Rita has been a Farm Bureau member for more than 40 years. During that time Rita has been a vital contributor to the Farm Bureau youth camp for over 30 of those years. Rita has served as an Ohio Farm Bureau delegate for more than eight years. She has served terms totaling more than 15 years as a Montgomery County Board Member. For more than 20 years, Rita has served as the Membership Chairman for ...
Forrest Black son of Jerry and Linda Black of Union, is the first $1,500 scholarship winner. Black is a 2012 Milton Union graduate and attends Wright State and majors in athletic training. He has a goal of owning and operating his own business in the future. Congratulations Forrest! The second $1,500 recipient is Ellie Kozarec son of Mark Kozarec of Germantown and Mary Bennett also of Germantown. ...
Something extra special is going on at this year's fair. Gabe Wetzel, a Montgomery county 4-Her and farm bureau member has faced many obstacles; he was born with Cerebral Palsy, development delay and Wolff Parkinson White Syndrome. Now wanting to help his mother, Susan who has been diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease-ALS and has been receiving help from The ALS Association Central and Southern Ohi...
The role Ohio’s agriculture community plays in meeting customer expectations for social responsibility, building consumer trust and planning for the future will lead the discussion at the 2013 Ohio Livestock Coalition (OLC) Annual Meeting and Industry Symposium. The meeting will be held on September 6 at the Conference Center at Northpointe in Lewis Center, Ohio, off Route 23 just north of 270. ...
Autumn Fest Fun for the whole family Saturday Sept. 28 10 a.m to 4 p.m Don't miss this year’s Autumn Fest. Join Learning Tree Farm and Montgomery Soil and Water Conservation District for this family friendly full day of children activities, farm animals, garden tours, exhibits, trails walks and other farm demonstrations. It will be the most exciting one yet. Admission and all activities are fre...
The recent amount of rainfall makes Farm Bureau well aware of how much our members rely upon good drainage and how frustrating it can be when that drainage is not operating properly. Drainage and water issues are typically governed by case law. Ohio case law follows the reasonable use rule, which means that a landowner may make a reasonable use of their land even though the flow of water could be ...
Organization Director:Christy Montoya
Mailing Address:116 E.Center Street
Farmersville, OH 45325
Office Hours:Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dues:$60 per year for a family membership
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