Steve Ohmes grew up in Lenexa, Kan. and currently resides in Leroy Township in Ohio. He is a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School and graduated from Kansas State University with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture.
A four year Farm Bureau member, he has served on the Lake County board of trustees for four years as well, currently as vice president. Steve enjoys serving on the event planning committee and is the public policy committee chairman as well.
He is the Lake Metroparks Farmpark assistant administrator and the co-owner and operator of Working Traditions Farm which produces hay, soybeans and corn. He also operates a corn maze and offers horse drawn rides. Steve grew up with a farming background by working and helping out on his grandparents cow-calf operation. Steve, his wife, Sarah, and two daughters Alexandria and Kylie enjoy working on the farm together.
An interesting fact about Steve is that Working Traditions Farm is a multi-generational farm, and they use horses and tractors to complete the farm work.
Thank you, Steve. we appreciate your dedication to Lake County Farm Bureau.