For Immediate Release
July 21, 2009
COLUMBUS, Ohio (OFBF) – Effective Monday, July 20, Hardin County Farm Bureau members will notice some changes to their organization’s office and management.
In an effort to make the best use of member resources and maximize efficiency, Ohio Farm Bureau Federation (OFBF) is adjusting operations in the county.
Darren Frank, organization director for Hancock and Seneca counties, will be assuming duties for Hardin and Wyandot County Farm Bureaus. The Hardin County Farm Bureau office will also move to Upper Sandusky, where it will share offices with Wyandot County Farm Bureau. Hardin County Farm Bureau’s office hours will change to Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“This shift in organizational structure will help provide the best method for meeting our members’ needs,” said Connie Ward, OFBF’s Northwest Regional supervisor. “Hardin and Wyandot County members can continue to expect the same great service they have always received from their county Farm Bureau.”
Ohio Farm Bureau is the state’s largest general farm organization with more than 234,000 members. Its vision is to forge a partnership between farmers and consumers that meets consumer needs and ensures agricultural prosperity in a global marketplace. For more information about Ohio Farm Bureau visit the organization’s Web site, www.ofbf.org.
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