Guernsey County Farm Bureau will hold its 2022 Annual Meeting and Fall Family Day for members on Sunday, Oct. 2, at M & M Feed and Supply Old Washington location, 514 Old Mill Road Lore City, OH 43755. The festivities will begin around 2 p.m. and last until around 4 p.m.

At this meeting, the members will vote on code changes, proposed policies, elect Board of Trustees members, and elect delegates to the 2023 Ohio Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting. Policy resolutions include oil and gas concerns, EPA and others.

County Farm Bureau President Miranda Miser encourages all members to attend. “This is our members’ meeting. We encourage all of our members and friends to attend to help better the farm community.”

Refreshments will be provided along with fun activities to participate in such as pumpkin painting, corn hole, inflatables and more. Reservations are due Sept 22.

Ohio Farm Bureau is a grassroots membership organization that works to support our state’s food and farm community. For more information, reservations, or to join Farm Bureau contact Guernsey County Farm Bureau at 740-425-3681 or [email protected].


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