Marion County Farm Bureau will reimburse $75 for the first six attendees who contact the county office prior to the event.Read More
Although the week started off a bit soggy, it wrapped up with sunny days and lots of smiling faces. The Marion County Farm Bureau was a Gold sponsor of the Marion County Fair and a proud supporter of the Junior Fair participants.
We hope everyone enjoyed letting go of some energy after the long week of fitting and showing. The Feed Sack Decorating Contest had the most participants ever. Congratulations to the six winning teams which received $25 cash prizes! We had 220 participants for the Feed Sack Decorating Contest and Barnyard Olympics, and we hope everyone remembered to redeem their milkshake tickets!
Following the fair, we secured Mark’s Homemade Ice Cream to provide refreshment to the attendees of the Marion County Carcass Show where the champion county fair animals were graded on the rail.
Marion County Farm Bureau hopes everyone has a great summer and we look forward to seeing all of your great memories from the fair on Facebook!
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Marion County Farm Bureau President Darryl Ralph, and Young Ag Professionals representatives Jonathan and Alyssa Zucker, traveled to Washington, D.C. to visit face-to-face with lawmakers.Read More
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Jonanthan and Alyssa Zucker farm in Marion and Wyandot counties. They are in their last term on the State Young Agricultural Professionals Committee and serve as co-chairs.Read More