Farm Bureau member Clair Schockling and Chris Wells along with Noble Soil & Water Conservation District held Ag Day May…Read More
The Noble County Farm Bureau held its Legislative Breakfast Saturday, April 23 with a large attendance. State Rep. Don Jones gave an update on legislative issues as well as many of our county elected officials including: County Commissioners Ty Moore, Gary Saling, and Brad Peoples; Prosecuting Attorney Jordan Croucher; Sheriff Jason Mackie; County Court Judge Jennifer Arnold; County Auditor Peggy Davis; and Cody Petit who represented State Treasurer Robert Sprague’s office. Ohio Farm Bureau President Bill Patterson of Geauga County also attended.
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County Farm Bureaus have made financial donations to help Kentucky farmers impacted by devastating tornadoes.Read More