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Kelly and Michelle Abfall represented Ohio in the Young Farmers Competition

Published Jan. 26, 2015

Athens County's own Kelly and Michelle Abfall have made all of Ohio Proud!!  They competed in and won the 2014 Ohio Outstanding Young Farmers Competition.  With this win in their pockets, they advanced on to represent Ohio in the Young Farmers and Ranchers Competition held by the American Farm Bureau Federation at their Annual Meeting in San Diego, Calif.  We are very proud of the accomplishments ...


General Motors Discount

Published Jan. 22, 2015

Ohio Farm Bureau members can receive $500 "Bonus Cash" toward the purchase or lease of new 2013, 2014 and 2015 Buick, Chevrolet and GMC models.  This Farm Bureau member advantage is offered for vehicles purchased or leased at participating dealerships through Farm Bureau’s—GM Bonus Cash program. Eligible GM models are : Buick Enclave, Encore, LaCross, Regal and Verano. Chevrolet  Camaro, Colorado,...


Accidental Death & Specific Loss Insurance

Published Jan. 22, 2015

Did you know that with your Farm Bureau Membership, you received a limited Accidental Death and Dismemberment Policy?  Special Risks Accident Coverage - Farm Bureau members automatically receive a limited accidental death and dismemberment insurance policy. Maintain maximum benefits by renewing your membership before your expiration date. Your policy starts at $1000 when you join Farm Bureau.  For...


Multi-County Membership Kick-Off

Published Jan. 22, 2015

Recently the Pike County Farm Bureau participated in the Multi-County Membership Kick-Off in Jackson.  This is one of the biggest events held each year.  All counties in OD Kim Harless' Region-Athens-Meigs, Gallia, Jackson-Vinton, Lawrence, Pike, and Scioto County membership workers come together to gear up for the current membership campaign.  The members were also able to visit with vendors who ...


Gain and Farmer Gain Acheived in Pike County!

Published Nov. 17, 2014

Congratulations to the Pike County Farm Bureau Board Trustees for achieving County Gain and Farmer Gain!!!! What a huge accomplishment!! This is a great group of volunteers!!! They are doing great things for YOUR county!! If you see them out and about give them a big thank you!!!! Also a great big thank you to our Nationwide Agents for all of their help!!...


Pike County Farm Bureau donates to FFA Program

Published Oct. 23, 2014

Pike County Farm Bureau donated to the newly implemented FFA program at Eastern Middle and High Schools. Members will be attending the National FFA Convention in Louisville, KY at the end of October! We are excited to be a partner with Eastern's FFA program and the community!...


Farm Bureau makes donation to Pike Pet Pals

Published Oct. 23, 2014

Pike County Farm Bureau donated to the Pike Pet Pals to assist with needs of the Dog Shelter! Adopt a dog for only $50 which includes dog tag, 5+1 vaccinations, worming, rabies vac., and flea and tick! They are located right behind the airport off SR 335. Hours are MONDAY-SATURDAY 10am-4 pm. Call them at 740-947-5996!...


Ag Day Success

Published Jun. 10, 2014

Recently Pike County Farm Bureau hosted more than 400 3rd grade students at the Pike County Fairgrounds. This was a fun-filled day of learning, complete with a hayride, learning about seat belt safety and seeing all types of animals! The students all get a free T-shirt to take home as well. Farm Bureau would like to thank the following sponsors: Corporate Sponsor-Southern Ohio Medical Center.  T-S...


Public Policy Meeting

Published Jun. 10, 2014

The Pike County Farm Bureau recently sat down with County Leaders to discuss what is going on in the community and give the Public Policy Committee Policy Suggestions to be voted on at the Annual Meeting, and then go onto the OFBF Annual Meeting.  The board trustees also prepared breakfast for the meeting!...


CAUV values up? Here's why

Published Jun. 10, 2014

by Leah Curtis On Feb. 28, the Ohio Department of Taxation held its annual public hearing presenting the calculated 2014 Current Agricultural Use Valuation (CAUV) soil values. These values will be applied to CAUV property in counties where a reappraisal or update occurs in 2014 and will show up on those landowners' tax bills in January 2015. Once again, it appears soil values are likely to double ...

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