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? Applican...
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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 7pm at the Preble County Educational Service Center, located at 597 Hillcrest D...
Preble County Farm Bureau would like to introduce Henry 'Darrell' Wilson to the board of trustees. Darrell lives in Somerville with his wife, Kay. Darrell along with his son, Kerrick, is the owner /operator of a 900 acre grain farm. Darrell is a substitute teacher in the Preble County Schools and is also involved with the church choir and Citizens patrol. Welcome Darrell to the board and let him k...
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. ...
The recent amount of rainfall makes the 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 coul...
Join Preble County FarmBureau for the Annual Meeting and Ice Cream Social at the Preble County Fair July 27, 1:30 pm Rotary Junction Free to members! Join us for free Ullerys’ Ice Cream and then check out the County Fair and many activities during the day. Must RSVP by July 18 to county office at 937-456-5400 for a Farm Bureau Only parking pass for FREE entrance into the fair on Saturday only. Mee...
This year Preble County Farm Bureau would like to award scholarships to: Makayla Conley and Hannah Krull. Makayla is the first recipient and is the daughter of Kevin and Lisa Conley of Lewisburg. Makayla is a 2011 graduate of Tri County North and currently attends Miami University. She is a kinesiology major with business minor. Makayla has studied abroad at the Dulbois Miami Campus in Differenge...
You are invited to join Montgomery County Farm Bureau members to attend July 17, 7 P.M. Montgomery County Farm Bureau has purchased a block of seats to a Dayton Dragon’s Game. This year we have 200 along the 3rd base line. Game tickets are $10 each. This year seats are limited and will sell fast so please send in your reservations, number of seats you're reserving and payment to the coun...
You’re Invited to…The Policy Development Lunch Meeting Preble County Farm Bureau DATE: Friday June 7 TIME: 12 p.m. PLACE: Grace Lutheran Church, 111 Lutheran Dr. Eaton As an official and leader of Preble County, you are invited to discuss topics of concern to you and rural residents in Preble County. You will be given the opportunity to present your suggestions to the group. A series of loca...
Ohio Leadership Conference - June 21-24, 2013 Camp Muskingum, Carrollton, OhioEligibility: high school freshman—seniorsCost: $135RSVP deadline: June 7Camp start time 12:30 p.m., June 21, Camp end time 10:15 a.m., June 24In 2013, Ohio Farm Bureau continues teaming with Ohio...
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Farmersville, OH 45320-1465
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