On Tuesday, March 24, Paulding County Farm Bureau will be hosting a renewable engery meeting, Do Your Homework While Investing in Renewable Energy, with Dale Arnold; Director, Energy, Utility and Local Government Policy, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation. During the meeting, he will help participants explore key issues, as well as formulate questions consumers need to have addressed to ensure their inve...
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You are invited to come out to the Glandorf Parish Center (the old Glandorf Elementary School) for our annual breakfast featuring pancakes, locally raised eggs, sausage, Danishes, coffee, milk and orange juice from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. No reservations needed; we will serve until we run out of food! Come out and enjoy a great opportunity to learn more about agriculture in Putnam County. While you are ...
The Putnam County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce that the 2015-2016 scholarship application is available. If you or someone you know would like to apply, please click on the file below to print and complete the application. You can also call or email the county office at 419-523-5874 or [email protected] to receive a copy as well. The application deadline is April 1, 2015....
Farm Bureau members from Putnam County served as voting delegates to the 96th annual meeting of Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF), held December 10 – December 12 in Columbus. Delegates established the organization’s policies on various federal and state issues, working together to create positions that are right for farmers, consumers and Ohioans. Annual meeting delegates represent various sizes ...
Come join us Jan. 15 for our Annual Membership Kick-off. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. and will be located at the Putnam County Farm Bureau office, 1206 E. Second St., Ottawa. Pizza and refreshments will be provided. Whether you are a long-term member, new member, or someone interested in learning more about Farm Bureau and what we do, there will something for everyone. *Bring a guest who signs ...
Young agricultural professionals from across Ohio are invited to attend the annual Leadership Experience "Growing Our Generation" Jan. 30 and 31 at the Renaissance Columbus hotel. The conference features plenty of fun, educational sessions featuring entertainment by the Peterson Farm Brothers and keynote speaker Mike Pearson, host of Market to Market. Cost is $150/individual and $200/couple. RSVP...
Ohio has a new law that requires most farmers to become certified fertilizer applicators. Ohio Farm Bureau worked to make this new law effective and manageable. Now, Ohio State University Extension and Ohio Department of Agriculture are beginning the certification process; below is more information on the requirements and the initial training sessions to be held soon in northwest Ohio. Farm Burea...
A soil heal, 4R, and cover crop farm tour is being offered on August 21. This is open to all residents in Putnam county and the surrounding areas. The cost is $20 and lunch is included. If you are interested in attending, please contact our office at 419-523-5874 to make your reservation. Please RSVP by August 7....
Come out to the Glandorf Parish Center Saturday, March 29, for Putnam County Farm Bureau's 4th Annual Farmers Share Breakfast. We will begin serving at 8 a.m. and will be featuring pancakes, eggs, sausage, danishes, coffee, milk and orange juice. There is not a charge but donations are welcome. For more information call 419-523-5874 or email at [email protected]...
If you or your parents are current paid members of the Putnam County Farm Bureau and you are either a high school senior or currently enrolled as a full-time, undergraduate student, please take a minute to look over the current guidelines for the Putnam County Farm Bureau Scholarship. You can submit the application electronically by following this link or you can contact the office by calling 419...
Organization Director:Jessica Swihart
Mailing Address:1206 E Second St., Suite 1
Ottawa, OH 45875
Office Hours:Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dues:$65 per year for a family membership
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