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Wyandot County Farm Bureau is offering a special March Madness Membership Sale! For the month of March only, receive $10 off an active or community Farm Bureau membership. This offer is valid to new, current and lapsed Farm Bureau members in Wyandot County.
Farm Bureau works year-round to develop our policy positions. Elected officials at the county, state and national levels of government know that everyone is encouraged to voice their opinions, ideas, and programs to benefit farmers, our communities and the agriculture industry. We are accessible because we work together for the benefit of individuals with all of the issues facing agriculture. At this time, we need the involvement of every agricultural professional in our community. Your voice, coupled with the voices of your neighbors and friends, is what makes us strong and what influences legislators and regulators to listen. We appreciate your involvement and look forward to serving you and being guided by you in the future.
During the month of March, a Wyandot County Farm Bureau membership will only cost you just $70. Credit card payments may be processed via phone at (800) 327-6055.
Payment by cash or check must be sent to the county office no later than March 24.
Please make checks payable to:
Wyandot County Farm Bureau
1495 W. Longivew Ave., Ste. 203
Mansfield, OH 44906
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