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Drive with reason, it's farming season!

Published Apr. 29, 2013

SMV SAFETY PROMO April 2013  A 48-year-old father of three was driving a tractor pulling a hay baler on a state route when a car hit the tractor as it was trying to make a left turn. The driver of the automobile was attempting to pass the tractor when the incident occurred. The automobile driver was treated and released from the community hospital after the crash. The driver of the tractor was pro...

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ACTION ALERT: Ohio's Budget Affects Agriculture - Contact your State Rep. Today!

Published Apr. 8, 2013

Don’t stand by while Ohio’s House of Representatives makes important decisions about programs that affect your farm, your community and your way of life. Now is the time to express your support for 4-H, water quality research, and workforce development initiatives. The Ohio budget will determine funding for many programs and government agencies for the next two years. The Ohio House is currently c...

Ag-Link provides an interest rate reduction on loans up to $150,000

Published Mar. 5, 2013

The Agricultural Linked-Deposit program (Ag-LINK) is sponsored by State Treasurer Josh Mandel. Inan effort to help Ohio farmers offset the high costs of operating funds, Ag-LINK provides an interestrate reduction on loans or lines of credit up to $150,000....

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County President Joey Roell sits with Butler County President, Tim Hesselbrock

Presidents Trip to Washington, D.C.

Published Mar. 5, 2013

Ohio's county Farm Bureau presidents will be taking their annual trip to Washington, D.C. March 4-6. Preble County Farm Bureau President Joey Roell is in attendance.The presidents have had a full schedule with meetings, speakers and visits with legislators while they lobby for agriculture....

New Office Location

Published Jan. 31, 2013

We’ve Moved!The Preble County Farm Bureau office has moved.  We have relocated to the following address:Hamilton/Montgomery/Preble County Farm Bureaus116 E. Center Street, Farmersville, OH  45325Phone: (937) 456-5400 (800) 589-6549Fax: (937) 696-5017 Email: preble@ofbf.orgPlease send all mailings to the above address. ...

Letter From the President

Published Jan. 31, 2013

As the New Year arrives many exciting opportunities are coming for the members of Preble County Farm Bureau.  Opportunities such as serving on the board, helping with membership, participating in the Grow It Know It sessions and volunteering for new projects that are important to the county membership are just a few. Your PCFB board of trustees will continue to reach out to you and the Preble Coun...

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L-R, Christy Montoya, Joey Roell, Paul Hays, Lane Osswald. Not pictured: Thomas & Jane Marshall

Farm Bureau Delegates Set Policy

Published Dec. 13, 2012

Water quality, taxation and energy development topped the policy issues addressed during the 94th annual meeting of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) held Nov. 28-30 in Columbus. A highlight of the event was a speech from Gov. John Kasich, who then took questions from the delegates. During the policy session, delegates addressed the challenges of keeping farm nutrients out of the state’s wate...

Preble County Farm Bureau Board Seeking Volunteers!

Published Oct. 22, 2012

Preble County Farm Bureau is actively seeking nominations for Board of Trustees and Committee chairs. PCFB does a lot of events during the year such as Policy Events, Ag Day as well as other events. If you would like to get involved and help the PCFB in some of these events as a volunteer, let us know by filling out this form and mailing it to the Preble County Farm Bureau, 200 West Monfort St., E...

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County Information

Organization Director:
Christy Montoya

Mailing Address:
117 E. Walnut St. Suite A
Farmersville, OH 45320-1465

Phone:
937-456-5400

Fax:
937-696-5017

Email:
preble@ofbf.org

Office Hours:
M-F 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Dues:
$60 per year for a family membership

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