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The Richland County Farm Bureau is excited to see you at the 2021 Richland County Fair Aug. 8-14! Farm Bureau is a proud supporter of the Richland County youth and fair.
This year, Richland County Farm Bureau is again the exclusive sponsor for the livestream service for the 2021 Richland County Fair junior livestock shows and sales.
To further welcome back having a full fair, Richland County Farm Bureau is sponsoring T-shirts for every 4-H and FFA exhibitor at the fair. If you or your business would like to be featured on these shirts, please contact the Farm Bureau office. The first 12 people with payment of $300 will be featured.
Additionally to support the youth, Richland County Farm Bureau provides awards for the Outstanding Market Livestock Exhibitors in each specie and sponsors the Showman of Showmen trophy.
Richland County Farm Bureau will host the annual Barnyard Olympics Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the show arena. Join us for a fun obstacle course and egg toss; participants will receive a $3 voucher to use at the 4-H Dairy Bar, Plymouth FFA pop tent or Crestview FFA food trailer.
Is serving up a big breakfast your cup of tea? Farm Bureau members will volunteer in the Fairhaven Cafeteria at the fair on Tuesday from 6:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. and invite you to join us for a fun morning.
If you would like to sponsor a T-shirt or help serve breakfast, please contact the Richland County Farm Bureau at [email protected] or call 419-747-7488.
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