Perry County will be hosting a soup cook off Feb. 19, 2013 at 6 p.m. The event will be held at the Perry County Senior Center, 520 1st St., New Lexington. If you would like to participate in the cook off, just bring some soup. We will be charging 50 cents per bowl for the soup. Crackers and drinks will be provided. Everyone is welcome to attend. ...
- Van Wert
Perry County Farm Bureau is hosting a Dinner on the Farm, a gourmet dinner catered by a local chef using local products, including grass-fed longhorn beef! In addition to dinner, guests will have an option to enjoy a hay wagon tour around the 130-acre farm. There will also be stations around the farm on various aspects of food production and preparation. Dinner on the Farm will be Sept. 15. The di...
You’re Invited!Small Business Forum with Congressman Steve AustriaAugust 20, 2012 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.New Lexington City Building215 S. Main St. New Lexington, Ohio 43764You are invited to participate in a small business forum to discuss current legislative issues and hear from local business owners, manufacturers and farmers about the impact of government regulation on their industries.Congres...
This year at the Perry County Fair, Perry County Farm Bureau held its annual ice cream eating contest. Every year, kids of all ages come out to participate in this fun, delicious event! This year we had more kids than we could've hoped for. This may have been due to the fact that there was a small monsoon of a rain storm flooding the fairgrounds while we were under cover doing this event. Either w...
The Perry County Farm Bureau Board is once again in the planning process for the Perry County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting. We are inviting YOU to attend the Annual Meeting Thursday, September 13, 2012. We will be hosting our Annual Meeting at the Perry County Senior Center, 520 1st Street New Lexington, OH 43764. We will be starting at 6:00 PM with a Meet and Greet with candidates for this comin...
If you are an active, farmer member of Farm Bureau and have an interest in serving on the board, or if you know someone who would be great in this position, please call the Farm Bureau office at 740-474-6284...
The Ohio Historical Society reaches out to our community for education and information. They already provide Ohio Farm Bureau Members with discounts on yearly memberships but they are trying to reach out to the agricultural community even more. Here is their newest idea: Do you enjoy visiting over 50+ historic sites in Ohio and you and three guests will breeze through the admission gate for FREE. ...
It is time to announce the winner of the Regional Farm Bureau Cruise give-away for our membership workers. To qualify you had to sign at least three new members from Jan. 1 through March 31. For every hree new members signed, the worker's name was entered. The organization directors from all areas got together and Paul Lyons drew our winner's name. Congratulations to our Winner Linda Fuller from L...
The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s (OFBF) Young Ag Professionals program is now accepting applications for its advisory team. The advisory team suggests, develops and conducts activities that provide opportunities for young couples and singles age 35 and younger to become involved in Ohio Farm Bureau. The advisory team also recruits young farmers to participate in Farm Bureau activities.An applicat...
Never before in the history of agriculture has there been the urgency there is today for leaders and advocates for agriculture. With that in mind, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) launched an elite program designed specifically for farmers and agribusiness professionals: AgriPOWER. This yearlong program focuses on public policy issues confronting agriculture and the food industry such as animal...
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Mailing Address:24633 US 23 S
Circleville, OH 43113
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