It is hard to believe that harvest is winding down and snow will soon be upon us. We have had a very productive year at the Wyandot County Farm Bureau. We had a busy and fun Wyandot County Fair. We hope you were able to stop by our booth in the Merchant’s Building. We had free peanuts and a “Plinko” game that tested your agriculture knowledge. It gave us many opportunities to talk to fair goe...
- Van Wert
A great opportunity in 2014 is the Young Agricultural Professionals (YAP) Leadership Experience, January 24-25, 2014 at the Renaissance Columbus in Columbus, Ohio. The event is open to Farm Bureau members only, who are between the ages of 18-35.The Young Ag Professionals Committee has created a great agenda for the conference. There will be more than 13 workshops to choose from on Saturday. Friday...
Please remember to post your $2,500 Reward Signs. If you are in need of one, they are available and FREE at your local county office....
The Wyandot County Board of Trustees meeting is the 1st Monday of each month at the Wyandot Memorial Hospital Board Room, 855 N Sandusky St., Upper Sandusky. The meeting begins at 7:00 pm. Items to be considered at the meeting are required to be on the agenda for discussion. Please contact the office if you have topics to be considered at least 15 days in advance. *Although we attenpt to be c...
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) has announced the winner of its 2013 Children’s Literature Award. The Guardian Team: On the Job with Rena and Roo by Cat Urbigkit was honored for its depiction of agriculture and contribution to American literature. The Guardian Team: On the Job with Rena and Roo introduces young readers to a dog and burro team at work on a sheep ranch in Wyoming. Urbigkit includ...
Are you the face of Farm Bureau? Over my many years of working with volunteers at Farm Bureau I thought about what it takes to be a Farm Bureau volunteer. We have many areas that people can volunteer. Some of my volunteers are board members. They faithfully attend board meetings and give input about the many items we discuss. They are the leaders of the organization. They are usually the firs...
Advisory Councils with a new twist In my 20 or so years with Farm Bureau I have seen many things come and go and sometimes come around again. I think that is kind of the case with our advisory council program. Many of you have been involved as a member of an advisory council and can probably attest to this, as well. For those of you not familiar with Farm Bureau advisory councils, since 1936 adv...
Pictured left to right: First Row: Jack Leslie, President, Kyle Brown, Vice-President, Jessica Hetzel, Joyce Montgomery, Laura Wood , Lynette Pagnard —Second Row: Kayla Weaver, Darlene Weaver, Marlene McCleary, Richard Walton, Paul Baum —Third Row: Jeff Wolf, Allen Thiel, George Collet, Don Willson, Denny Jaqueth, Secretary/ Treasurer. — Not pictured: Ron Aurand, Kevin Boes, Mike Roszman, Lynn Ro...
How Did That Get in My Lunchbox?: The Story of Food has been named the recipient of the 2012 Ohio Farm Bureau Award for Children’s Literature.The book connects children to the food in their lunchboxes by showing the effort and skill neede...d to produce foods such as bread, cheese, apple juice and chocolate chip cookies. This brightly illustrated book is written for ages 5-8 reading level and grad...
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