Please attend the Membership Kick-off and EASE (Engage, Acknowledge, Share, Earn trust) Workshop at St. John Lutheran Church (Corner of US 6 and SR 66) on Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 7 pm. (Doughbox cookies provided.) Talk is not cheap. Conversation is powerful. It can change opinions, it can enlighten and it can inspire additional conversation. It's one of the most powerful human interactions. Learn h...
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Fulton, Henry, Williams and Defiance County Farm Bureau are sponsoring a shopping trip to South Park Mall, Strongsville, Ohio on Mon. Nov.12 for $25/person. Includes bus ticket, with pop, snack & movie on return trip only. Prepayment is required. Call 419.445.0723 or 1.800.783.2873 to reserve your seat. Mail payment to PO Box 53099, Pettisville, OH 43553. There are two departure locations...
Exclusive pricing for Farm Bureau members and their families!! Come on out to Leaders Farms for a FARMTASTIC day of fall fun! Get lost in the maze, take a scenic hayride, kick the sky with our jumping pillow, get mooving in the cow train, take a swing at our 9 hole putt putt, and enjoy a hot gooey s’more! With more than 25 activities, Leaders Farms will keep you busy all day long! Visit www.leade...
FREE tickets to the Bowling Green Tractor Pulls.... Must work one shift for the Wood County Farm Bureau popping popcorn Aug. 17-19. We are looking for volunteers to work at the Farm Bureau booth during those days. If you or county members would be interested in volunteering for a shift, please call Vickie at the office at 1-800-333-8015. Tickets will be provided and a T-shirt also. Attached is a s...
OSU Extension is hosting a Drought Silage/Forages Meeting Aug. 10 at 10am at the OSU Extension Defiance County office. This free program is sponsored by OSU Extension and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC). Featured Topics: Harvest Management for Drought Stress Corn Silage and Forages, Feeding Drought Stress Forages to Livestock:Health/Nutrition Concerns, Pricing Drough...
Williams County Farm BureauAnnual Meeting & BanquetTuesday, August 21 2012Williams CountyVeterans Memorial Building(on the Williams County fairgrounds, Montpelier) 6:00 PM Reception 6:30PM Dinner Catering by Sooz COST: $7.00 PER PERSON Tentative SPEAKER: Larry Gearhardt To order tickets call the Farm Bureau office at 419-445-0723 or 1-800-783-2873 or mail in the form below with your payment...
Williams County Farm Bureau Members: Deb Nester, Williams Co Auditor will be holding a PUBLIC meeting to discuss land valuations for farms participating in the Current Agricultural Use Value (CAUV) Program. We feel that it is important to make to aware of the changes to teh CAUV program. Please plan to attend this very informative meeting and tell neighbors/ friends as well. Tuesday, July 31 7:00P...
If you're an Ohio Farm Bureau member, you could win a new truck, or some other great prizes, just for asking your friends, neighbors and business colleagues to be a Farm Bureau member, too.. Check out the Every Member, Sign a Member webpage for all the sweepstakes info....
**NEW** Williams Co. Pick up and Drop OFF Burger King in Edon (Turnpike and St Rt 49) FULTON - HENRY - WILLIAMS - DEFIANCE FARM BUREAU SHIPSHEWANA SHOPPING TRIP Tuesday, June 5, 2012 COST $20 PER PERSON Includes bus ticket and pop and snack (return trip only) Pre-payment is required to hold your seat on the bus!(Call the Farm Bureau office at 419-445-0723 or 800-783-2873 to reserve your seat.) DEP...
Bridgewater: Chris Weaver Florence: Paul Temple Millcreek: Marlin Cummins Northwest: Howard SkiliesPulaski: Garold KeppelerSt. Joseph: Ronnie ThorpSpringfield: Rick AndresAt Large: Marvin DietschSuperior: Denver LeeJefferson:Scott ManevalAt Large: Bob KoernerBrady: Fred Slicker Center:Jeff Burkholder ...
Organization Director:Roy Norman
Mailing Address:P.O. Box 53099
Pettisville, OH 43553-0099
Office Hours:Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dues:$70 per year for a family membership
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- Leadership development, networking, social gatherings
- Special savings from local businesses