Upcoming 2016 Dues Notice This year you will notice an increase in the dues amount. At our Annual Meeting in September, members voted to increase Farm Bureau dues to $75. The main reason for the dues increase revolves around the need for additional revenue to cover the continued increases in expenses to deliver quality programs and member services on the state and local levels. The last dues incre...
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Warren County Farm Bureau held its 2015 annual meeting dinner at Armco Park on Aug.18. A farm to table style dinner was provided by Dan Berger. The meeting involved voting for new board trustees and delegates for the 2015-2016 year. Policies and a code change were adopted for the 2015-2016 year. Board members for the 2015-2016 year: John Arnold Jr- President Heidi White- Vice President Greg Griffi...
Lebanon area chamber of commerce- Business after Business- Thirsty Thursday event. Lebanon Ford 770 Columbus Ave Lebanon, Ohio 45036 5-7pm...
2015 CAUV Update Information Date: October 7, 2015 Where: 406 Justice Dr., Lebanon, OH Time: 6 to 8 p.m. CAUV values are updated in each County on a three year basis. 2015 is an update year for Warren County. Many factors affect these values, including crop yields, crop prices, production costs, and the capitalization rate. Warren County has no power over the formula or the numbers that are used ...
For Young Agricultural Professionals Ages 18 to 35. It’s an opportunity for leadership experience, building personal and professional skills, networking with agricultural leaders, and making a difference in our communities, Farm Bureau and agriculture. Join us for a time of personal and professional development, meeting other young professionals from around Ohio, fun, food and fellowship! RSVP by ...
Harvest Safety Tips from Case IH Every year since 1944, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed a proclamation, the third week of September has been dedicated to National Farm Safety & Health Week. The recognition week is designed to educate farmers and help prevent injuries that occur on the farm. Whether you’ve been harvesting for a lifetime, or 2015 marks your first time in the combine,...
2014 was a great year – Farm Bureau members across the country saved more than $11.5 million on Grainger catalog products, with an average savings of 28 percent off catalog each prices. Ohio Farm Bureau members always save 10 percent or more off Grainger catalog prices on more than a million different products. PLUS all Farm Bureau Grainger.com orders qualify for FREE standard ground shipping. Vie...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) – Heidi White of Lebanon is is one of 19 farmers and agribusiness professionals selected for the 2015-2016 AgriPOWER class. AgriPOWER is the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s elite training program designed to help participants become community leaders and advocates for agriculture. The yearlong program consists of seven two-to-three-day training sessions that focus on public pol...
WARREN COUNTY FARM BUREAU SETS ANNUAL MEETING The Warren County Farm Bureau’s Annual Meeting will be on Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. Armco Park,1223 N State Route 741, Lebanon, OH 45036, featuring Chef Dan Berger and Farm to table style catering. Buy, Eat and Support local farmers as we work together in our local community. At this meeting, the Warren County Farm Bureau will focus on finali...
Mark your calendar’s for the Warren County Fair, July 20-25. Visit us at the milk booth tent to test your knowledge on agriculture. Bring the kids to enjoy our “Corn is Everywhere” display and test your motor skills by milking Bessie the cow. After enjoying the rides and having some fun, come back to purchase some refreshing cold milk. We will also have extra Warren County 4-H fair shirts availab...
Organization Director:Christy Montoya
Mailing Address:117 E. Walnut St. Suite A
Farmersville, OH 45325
Office Hours:Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Dues:$65 per year for a family membership
- Working cooperatively on local issues
- Leadership development, networking, social gatherings
- Special savings from local businesses