If you want a say in what happens to your farm or ranch, you need a plan.Itís your land and you should decide who inherits it. But if you want to ensure your wishes are carried out after youíre gone, then you need a transition plan. It ensures your wishes are honored and minimizes legal difficulties and confusion for your family as your operation transitions to the next generation. So, join us for...
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The Pickaway and Ross County Farm Bureaus would like to invite local farmers, livestock haulers, veterinarians and the public to attend a meeting on the new Livestock Standards March 22 at 7p.m. at the† Pickaway-Ross Career and Technical Center.† The speaker for the night will be Dr. Leah Dorman, DVM, Director of Food Programs at Ohio Farm Bureau. She will provide an update of the stateís new live...
Ohio Farm Bureau mebers and participate in a hearing-loss study, HEAR on the Farm. HEAR on the Farm is a web-based study being offered to farmers in the interest of reducing noise-related hearing losses among producers by increasing their use of hearing protection devices. The University created the program with funds from the National Institutes of Health and in collaboration with the American Fa...
Ohio Farmers Can Now Submit Online Applications for Treasurerís Ag-LINK Interest Rate Reduction Program through March 9, 2012 Application process has been streamlined and simplified to better serve Ohioís agricultural communityThe State Treasurerís office has a strong and rich 27 year tradition of working with Ohioís farmer and lenders to offer an interest rate reduction on their loans and lines o...
The Pickaway and Ross County Farm Bureaus held an Oil and Gas Leasing Meeting on February 7th at the Pickaway Ross Career and Technology Center. We had nearly 100 people come out. The program was be facilitated by Ohio Farm Bureau Director of Energy Services, Dale Arnold. During the course of this meeting, Arnold discussed current energy trends, new drilling technology, remediation standards, gene...
This annual series of meetings held throughout the state will stop in Pickaway County Feb. 28, 2012. This year's meeting will take place at the Science and Logistics Building on the campus of Ohio Christian University. Please see the attached flyer. Highlights: Barry Ward will update us on land and rent values as well as input costs for 2012 Dr. Matt Roberts will present grains outlook. Date: Feb....
The Pickaway County Farm Bureau sent out their Winter 2012 Newsletter. Attached is the electronic version!...
Hocking and Pickaway County Farm Bureaus had their dual Chili Cook-Off - Membership Kick-Off on Thursday, Jan. 26 at the Laurelville Church of God. We had many volunteer members join us. Six of these members brought their chili to be in the Chili Cook-Off.† The chili was judged by all present on a people's choice ranking the top three. After the cook-off we announced the winners and proceeded into...
Annie's Project Mission: To empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information. See the attached flyer for more information on these workshops. The Pickaway County office of Ohio State University Extension will offer Annie's Project from Feb. 9 to March 8 at the Pickaway County Public Library. Registration deadline is Feb. 2, 2012...
HOW IT WORKS - For the Youth of Pickaway County! Feb. 1, 2012 -- April 1, 2012 Contestants submit a 90-second to 120-second video of themselves and/or their organization showcasing agriculture in Pickaway County in a positive and informative manner. Contestants may submit multiple videos, but only one video per contestant may be named a finalist. All contestants must have permission of all persons...
Organization Director:Ashley Schappacher
Mailing Address:24633 U.S. Hwy 23 S
Circleville, OH 43113-9191
Office Hours:Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Dues:$66 per year for a family membership
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